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How Sushi Restaurants Of Hawaii Are Different From Japan?

Talking about Japanese restaurants in Hawaii is not at all surprising. The impact of Japanese culture is high in Hawaii, which has been woven tightly into the life and style of this state. 506 more words


First Impressions - Sakagura

Sakagura is morden Japanese restaurant off Regent Street that prides itself in serving “Washoku”, which is essentially traditional Japanese food – lots of sushi and miso dishes. 789 more words


Popular Sushi Restaurants in San Jose California

When it comes to sushi, any real sushi fan will tell you that you absolutely cannot settle for less than the very best. A few of the top sushi chefs in the San Jose produce sushi that is really an artwork, so to obtain you began, here are the finest options in the very best… 351 more words

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Aqua Kyoto

Aqua Kyoto is the Japanese half of the Aqua restaurants in Soho, approaching Carnaby Street. The other restaurant on the same floor is Aqua Nueva, which is a Spanish restaurant. 793 more words


First Impressions - Sosharu

I came across Sosharu late last year when searching for restaurants to go on a solo excursion (I eventually decided on Barrafina). I looked through the menu and saw a fair few chicken dishes, so I decided it was best to go with Shiima. 1,104 more words


Sushi Nakazawa New York City

New York City, December 2016 – Chef Nakazawa might be the apprentice of world famous Tokyo-based sushi Chef Jiro, but his New York sushi bar is a world away from his mentor’s traditional style. 590 more words


Enjoy the Conveyor belt Sushi Honolulu without knowing Japanese!

You must have heard the name Sushi, which is a type of food originated in Japan. It consists of cooked vinegared rice combined with other ingredients like meat, seafood, vegetables and sometimes tropical fruits. 489 more words