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

Many asked how I could score a reservation at the bucket-list restaurant Sukiybashi Jiro Honten for quite a few times, and with Jiro Ono san there serving sushi. 345 more words

Japanese Cuisine

...because Japan!

In a 2011 interview with The Wall Street Journal’s Scene Asia blog, Yoshikazu Ono, son of Jiro Ono, the star of 2011’s “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” documentary, Yoshikazu was asked why there are no female chefs or apprentices at his father’s  112 more words

Japan

That Time I Woke Up At 2:00am To See A Live Tuna Auction

I adore Sushi, Sashimi, Nigiri oh and even the trendy sushi we make in America with ingredients to appeal to western tastes.  Did you know that in Japan they put the wasabi on the sashimi itself and not on the side?   1,180 more words

Foodie

Jiro and I Dream of Sushi (and Rice)

When I eat sushi, the main focus point, for me, is the fish—at least that’s what I thought. 313 more words

5 Movies To Watch if You're Obsessed With Food

Ratatouille

I love this gorgeous Disney tale of a rat who loves to cook. It is a charming movie that features valuable lessons about cooking in a professional restaurant. 462 more words

"In Order to Make Delicious Food You Must Eat Delicious Food" Jiro Ono

In Jiro Dreams of Sushi Jiro Ono, the 85 year-old sushi master, tells us “In order to make delicious food you must eat delicious food”. 242 more words

Jiro Dreams of Sushi


This rather wonderful documentary was recommended to me nearly four years ago, when I visited Japan.

With the hustle and bustle of family and working life I’d forgotten it; but thanks to the digital traces we leave everywhere, I re-found it the other day. 79 more words

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