Fresh Kumamoto Oysters with a deep cup, petite and light-colored meat, sweet like honey, quite easy to eat. They are full of nutrition such as Vitamin B, Omega-3, ... They usually take about 3-4 years to grow, at which point they will have beautifully fluted shells and plump meats with great flavor, so many people love them.
Upon receipt, check the oysters by looking at their shell, if the shell is closed and not broken then it's ok.
Clean the shells by scrubbing it with a stiff brush under cold running water. When storing oysters in the refrigerator, cover them with a damp cloth, keeping them in the soft freezer or on the shelf closest to the freezer. A temperature of 4 - 8 degrees is the most suitable.