Sushi Shin is located in Nishiazabu, a quiet area with a lot of small high end eateries. Continue reading
Tokami is famous for their red vinegar shari, as they believe red vinegar goes well with maguro. Continue reading
Sushi Ichikawa is quite remote compared to other restaurants. The walk to Ichikawa is quite nice in Autumn (probably not the case for summer). Continue reading
Sushi Sho Shingo is another easily accessed Sushiya in Japan. Sho Shingo is a rather spacious sushiya conveniently located just few minutes walk from the Aoyamaichome station. Continue reading
My first visit to Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten felt a little surreal and having the chance to meet Jiro san actually made me nervous. My first meal there was actually pretty good but I was more excited by the fact that I was meeting Jiro. So I decided to revisit this place again. Continue reading
As a young sushi chef in the sushi scene, Ishiyama San gained quite a lot of attention especially among foreigners. Continue reading
Harutaka is a very good sushiya in general, I liked the texture of the shari and also the slight kick of saltiness the blended in very well with the vinegary rice.