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Sushi.Com's Sushi is Much Better Than It Sounds

In the 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, a cerebral and tasteful (get it?) tribute to the renowned sushi master Jiro Ono, making sushi is presented as an art form that demands rigorous training, years of apprenticeship, and decades to perfect. 895 more words

Essay

Best Sushi In Tokyo

I am constantly daydreaming of far off places. I’m not talking about an occasional daydream during the day. My mind is world traveling hourly, every single day. 412 more words

Musings & Personal

Film #227: Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)

director: David Gelb
language: Japanese
length: 82 minutes
watched on: 14 September 2016

I watched this at a friend’s house – we’d bought snacks from the Japanese discount store Don Quijote, and were going to put it on as background noise, but ended up getting engrossed in it. 623 more words

Films

Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten (すきやばし次郎 本店), Tokyo

It was a blessing to be able to meet the legendary chef again this summer. Their summer menu has been my favourite menu. 155 more words

Michelin Restaurants

Has it been a year?

Wow, it has been exactly a year since my last trip to Japan. It really doesn’t feel like 365 days has gone by since I remember it like it was yesterday. 263 more words

Food

Jiro Dreams of Sushi: 91st Birthday for Sushi's Pre-Eminent Genius

Today is the 91st birthday of Michelin-starred sushi genius Jiro Ono, who is still hard at work in his little restaurant in Tokyo (he even served Barack Obama in 2014). 587 more words

Food

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

“Once you decide on your occupation… you must immerse yourself in your work. You have to fall in love with your work. Never complain about your job. 205 more words