Boil some water in a pan and quickly soak the ogo seaweed.
This photo is a bit blurry but if you soak the ogo seaweed it will turn green again.
Add the tuna chunks to a bowl, along with the onion, ogo seaweed, green onion and seasonings. Mix well.
Transfer to a plate and serve.
Story Behind this Recipe
At the end of last year I bought some tuna chunks for cheap from a discount store. Luckily for me it contained some chunks of good medium-fat chutoro tuna lol. So I used this tuna to make my kid's favorite ahi poke.
Ogo is a type of seaweed that you often see used as a garnish on sashimi. This ahi poke will still be delicious without it. By the way I recommend trying this in a rice bowl as well.