Updated: November 06, 2018
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Sushi no Midori Sushi Chain: Quality Sushi At A Great Price!

Sushi no Midori is a very popular sushi restaurant for Japanese and foreigners alike. Some of its stores have sushi trains which make them very interesting for foreigners unfamiliar with the system. The service is quick and the sushi is fresh and well-made, which is why so many people flock to Sushi no Midori! Here is more on that chain.

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Shushi no Midori

The philosophy of Midori is divided into three concepts. One is to use the freshest ingredients possible (they go get their fish at the Tsukiji Market daily). Another is to prepare the sushi with well-polished skills. And Finally, the goal is to bring satisfaction to sushi-enthusiast customers. Midori has a well-earned reputation as one of the best sushi chains in Japan because its chefs are true sushi experts! You can see them at work while you enjoy your meal.


There are so many kinds of fish and sea food to try prepared in various ways. Here are a few popular menu items.


For 50 to 500 yen you can get a wide variety of nigirizushi! Shown above is the red tuna for 150 yen. The regular tuna one is just 50 yen! If you want another cheap one try the tamago (egg) nigiri at 50 yen too!
Other popular choices are the uni (sea urchin) at 350 yen (above photo).
Or the Japanese scallop "hotate" at 200 yen. (Hotate is on the first row of the picture above)


There are various sashimi sets that are quite nice. The one above has red and white flesh fish sashimi as well as sea urchin and hotate. The price is 2,450 yen.

Makizushi (rolled sushi)

You can get 8 pieces of makizushi for from 600 to 800 yen! Shown below is the Norway roll which has salmon, cucumbers, crab and red leaf lettuce.


For 1,000 yen you can get this gorgeous "chirashizushi" bowl. Chirashizushi is sushi rice on top of which many sushi toppings are scattered.


If you're not sure what to order, a good idea is to order an assortment set from 1,050 to 2,800 yen.


And, as is the case in many sushi shops in Japan, you'll get free green tea with whatever you order.
For drinks, you can also order beer or sake!


For a complete list of where to find the restaurants, refer to the link below! In Tokyo alone, there are addresses in Ikebukuro, Ginza, Shibuya, and Shinjuku among other places!
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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