Ginza has quite a few high-end sushi options to choose from. One great option is a restaurant called 'Sushi Ginza Onodera,' which serves outstanding, flawless edomae-style sushi in a great atmosphere with excellent service. The restaurant's sister shop in LA actually was awarded 2 Michelin stars, so the quality is unquestionably good!
Today in this article, we will introduce 'kaiten sushi' (conveyor belt sushi) restaurants in Akihabara. If you have a craving for sushi, but don't want to spend a lot of money, conveyor belt sushi restaurants are the way to go. Despite being inexpensive, many are actually very delicious!
Sashimi is a quintessential part of Japanese cuisine. This page will give you a brief history of the iconic dish, as well as answer your sashimi-related questions such as 'what's the difference between nigiri and sashimi?' and 'Is it safe to eat sashimi?' We will also introduce the most popular types of sashimi in Japan. Enjoy!
Nara is one of the most popular sightseeing places in Japan. There are many things to do and see, including beautiful temples, the giant Buddha statue, local deer, and traditional local food! Food is what we're interested in, so here is our list of Nara's must-try local specialties. Enjoy!
Tokyo has three Michelin 3-Star sushi restaurants. Sukiyabashi Jiro is unquestionably the most famous, thanks to the movie 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi,' but how does his sushi compare to the other 3-star restaurants?
Sushi lovers often struggle with the cost...fresh and delicious sushi is usually so expensive! However, Japan has some great options for eating a full sushi meal on a budget. Anywhere else in the world, all-you-can-eat sushi should immediately throw up red flags, but in Tokyo, there are actually some delicious (and safe) all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants hidden around the city. Enjoy!
Enjoy the freshest seafood caught from Toyama Bay at Sushi Daimon located near Shin-Uozu Station in Uozu City, Toyama. The traditional restaurant is run by a chef that was awarded one Michelin star.
Osaka isn't known for its sushi like Tokyo is, but the city still has some really outstanding restaurants where world-class sushi can be found. One such place is at 'Sushi Hoshiyama,' a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant not too far from Osaka Station.
If you're visiting Sapporo, you should definitely make your way out to the small neighboring town of Otaru, which is nestled along the coast. Here, you'll find an outstanding sushi restaurant called 'Isezushi' that has some of the most delicious sushi in Hokkaido.
Two Michelin-starred sushi at a prestigious address. You can enjoy the experience either at the counter or in a private room. Reservation link is included.