Sashimi is a quintessential part of Japanese cuisine. This page will give you a brief history of the iconic dish, as well as introduce you to the most popular types of sashimi in Japan, and how to cut sashimi and the best way to enjoy it.
They call it the Tuna Demolition Show! And they have good reason to. Maguro Shoten is a tuna specialty restaurant in downtown Shinjuku, in the very heart of red light district Kabukicho. They offer a daily Tuna dismantling and carving show that will leave you drooling for some fresh tuna. Don't be deterred by the red light district location though, it's the perfect place for some great food and some truly good-fun entertainment! If you love tuna or sashimi, this is the place to be! You definitely won't be disappointed!
There are thousands of ramen shops in Tokyo and each of them has their own specialty. Out of them, Gantetsu serves unique ramen which consists of tuna broth based soup, which is popular and worth trying!
Tokyo doesn't lack in the wacky event or restaurant department. There are so many things to discover and do in Tokyo! Would you like to try this tuna carving event in a club in Roppongi! You should give it a try!
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!
Look out for the big red bowl! You won't find much else better than this! You can easily get a decent size meal for as little as 500 yen at Sukiya! They serve up Japanese-style meals fast food style - perfect for people on the run or struggling to find time to cook at home. Locations all across Japan!