In Japan, some restaurants specialize in blow (puffer) fish food. It is white meat fish.
Blowfish is called Fugu ふぐ in Japanese.
Don’t worry about blowfish poison. The parts which have no poison are edible. It is always prepared by licensed manufactures or chefs.
Deep-fried blowfish is popular.
If the fish size is small, we eat this with tail and bones.
If the big fish is chopped into large pieces, the bones are hard and we don’t eat it.
Shredded blowfish skin
Blowfish sashimi (sliced raw fish)
This food is hard roe of blowfish. The roe contains poison, but a few licensed manufacturers are able to cook the roe until it is edible.
Fugu-nabe (blowfish hot pod) is a boiled cuisine of blowfish.
Why don’t you go to a blowfish restaurant chain GENPINFUGU 玄品ふぐ.
http://www.tettiri.com/multilingual/index_en.html (in English)
* The pictures above are not taken at the restaurant.