“Tai no Saka-Mushi” simmered Sea Bream in Dashi broth and Sake

“Tai ”fish is an association of a name with words related to good fortune.

Japanese like fish, specially love “Tai(sea bream) / Madai (Pagrus major, red seabream)” because Tai is an auspic fish in Japan.

Tai, Sea Bream
We have a word “Medetai”, that means an auspicious and significant occasion.  “Tai” is an association of a name with words related to good fortune.
Tai, Sea Bream
Tai, Sea Bream
Simmer Tai in Konbu based broth “Kobu Dashi” and sake with sliced ginger.
Cooking of "Tai no Saka-Mushi" simmered Sea Bream in Dashi broth and Sake
And with Wakame.
"Tai no Saka-Mushi" simmered Sea Bream in Dashi broth and Sake

・Tai no Saka-Mushi
is a dish name of simmered sea bream in Kobu-Dashi and Sake. 鯛の酒蒸し(たいのさかむし)  literally “sea bream steamed in sake”
・Tai
is a sea bream. 鯛(たい) literally “far and wide fish”  *周く(あまねく) 
・Ma-Dai
is a red sea bream (Pagrus major) 真鯛(まだい) literally “genuine tai”
・Kobu-Dashi / Konbu-Dashi
is a konbu based dashi broth. 昆布出汁(こぶだし/こんぶだし) “Konbu dashi”
・Wakame
is a sea vegetable (edible seaweed), Sea-farmers have grown wakame in Japan from the Nara period. 若布(わかめ) “young cloth”