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Top 3 Hand Roll Sushi (Temaki Sushi Roll) Restaurants in Tokyo

As we all know, Hand Roll Sushi (Temaki Sushi Roll) is a necessary and indispensable food during celebrations and parties. It is also considered as everyone's comfort food and usually eaten at home. In this article, we have listed down the best Temaki Sushi restaurants you can find in Tokyo where you can eat comfortably and taste the different yet best ingredients in town - JUST FOR YOU.

A Guide To The Best Sushi Restaurants in Shinjuku!

In Shinjuku, Tokyo, there are too many restaurants that it can get overwhelming. Even with just sushi, there are so many to choose from. This article will introduce sushi restaurants in Shinjuku, from high-end exclusive sushi to affordable sushi restaurants!

Love Sea Urchin? Go To "Hokkai Sushi Uni Maru" In Shinjuku, Tokyo!

Located 30 seconds away from Shinjuku station, you will find "Odakyu Ace", which is where this restaurant is located. It just opened on 5/10, and you can have a rare experience of comparing different types of uni (sea urchin)!

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Unforgettable Sushi Experience in Ebisu

Ebisu is a foodie's paradise in terms of the variety and the quality of the restaurants offered in this area. If you're traveling in Tokyo and are ready to splurge for an unforgettable sushi experience. You should definitely try these restaurants.

Five Restaurants Serving “Iki-Ika”, Alive Squid, In Shinjuku, Tokyo

Iki-Ika is one of the famous Kyushu gourmets. In this article, we will introduce restaurants in Shinjuku, Tokyo where you can enjoy Iki-Ika, or alive squid!

Best Shirasu Bowls In Kamakura Area

In Japan, shirasu (whitebait, Young Sardine) is used in many food during the spring season.In Kanagawa prefecture, there is a ban to collect shirasu between January to March. This year, the collection of shirasu started on 3/11, and this is also when restaurants start serving shirasu bowls in the Kamakura area. Enjoy the fresh taste of shirasu bowls this spring season in the Kamakura area!

Seafood, Seafood, And More Seafood! Overloading Kaisen Don in Japan

Kaisen don (sashimi rice bowl) is a famous Japanese dish that you have to try when visiting Japan! But, the kaisen don I will introduce today is even more special! Kind Japanese chefs just keep adding more and more seafood toppings onto the bowl that it's about to overload!

7 Best Restaurants to Eat "UNAJU", Eel Bowl in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka

【Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka】 Unagi(eel) has been eaten around the world now. In the Japanese traditional food, we have Unaju(うな重), literally eel rice bowl. Hamamatsu City of Shizuoka Prefecture is a famous place for eel production. In this article, I will introduce about popular Unagi shops local people love in Hamamatsu for a long time!

It Tastes The Best During Spring! Try Out Some Seasonal Japanese Seafood

In Japan, we put a lot of emphasis on season, and this affects what we eat. This article will introduce some of the main seafoods that Japanese people especially eat during spring season.

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