I loove seafood - cooked, not raw, but eating in a restaurant like this would be a unique experience!
Zauo (ざうお), a chain restaurant in Japan, offers patrons their seafood of choice, cooked (or not) to their liking. As long as you catch it yourself!
In Japan, chain restaurant Zauo has its customers fish for their food, then asks them how their catch should be prepared - shioyaki (salt-baked), sashimi (sliced raw), nabe (cooked in a hotpot with broth), karaage (deep fried), ochaazuke (served with rice in tea and other seasonings), and others. Plus, if you successfully catch a fish, you get a discount.
This isn't quite like being out on a lake with a canoe and a fishing rod though.The diners/fishers can see the fish with no problem since the water is clear. And as you will see in the video below, the fish bite pretty easily.
They even had more exotic sea animals that there was only one of, like anago (saltwater eel) and same ([pronounced sah-meh] shark) that nobody in their right mind would catch because of their expensive price tag.
Resource(s): tofugu.com, geoffropuff.com
To read more about the Japanese custom ikizukuri, check out my post:
Foods Prepared and Eaten Alive