- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Because they are still alive!!
No, it's just because katsuobushi bonito flakes are very thin and usually served on top of food that has just been cooked so the steam makes them move. They are sometimes referred to as dancing fish flakes in Japan due to the movements that they make.
Best dish for katsuobushi is definitely takoyaki, followed closely by okonomiyaki!Source(s): http://www.japancentre.com/
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- rabbitonturtleLv 49 years ago
Bonito flakes are kept as dry as possible not to loose its flavor till it is served.
When it is put on the top of a dish particularly on a hot steaming dish, it begins to absorb moisture quickly and curl or shrink giving the impression as if it move on its own.
For more information about bonito flakes:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KatsuobushiSource(s): A japanese.
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- pennybarrLv 79 years ago
Possibly because they are very light in weight and you are blowing on them or there is a breeze in your home.