Sushi

June 2, 2010 vidajimenez

Two weeks before I went to Japan I banned myself from making any more visits to Sansu , Omi and Sushiya because I wanted the anticipation of eating real sushi. I arrived late to Japan so I missed the first opportunity to try real Japanese sushi. But when I did, it was an experience… not only did we get to watch the preparation of the sushi but we got to pick and choose from a conveyor belt around the sushi bar. I was amazed how different the presentation of the sushi was in Japan. Unlike the US, they don’t make specialty rolls such as california rolls and so on, they are more raw fish based with simple ingredients. Even though it was very different from what I was use to eating I really enjoyed the red tuna and how fresh the sushi was. I also enjoyed the plating and payment system. Each plate color represented the price of the sushi and the server used as device that was able to scan the plates and give you the grand total. Overall, a great experience!

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