According to Yahoo News, the aquarium's "deep sea creatures food sampling event" will also include a shark dissection show. The shark will be served as a fillet.
Note that people won't be eating the Giant Isopods. Also, the smaller isopods are uncommon food in Japan, but a few people online seem to have tried it. Japanese Twitter user manpokenautilus described the flavor as "delicious," adding that isopods have a strong shrimp flavor and "aren't smelly at all." Others described it as tasting like crab.
Pretty sure I could eat a fried one, which is how they will be served at the event. Then again, maybe not.
大きな深海ダンゴムシ、食べてみる？横浜で試食会開催へ [Yahoo News!]
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