Eat sushi in Japan

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Calico Calico

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I even tried the Cuttlefish sushi...not for me, that particular one, but the others were tasty~!


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Need to go back ASAP bonkers

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It was great

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Sushi in Japan is much different than in America. I enjoy both tastes. This sushi in particular was from my study abroad university in Kyoto, Japan. 

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 The REAL stuff!

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so simple, clean and delicious  

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Tsukiji-Fish-Market is the best place for this, go as early as 3AM when and see the fish market as well, worth it!

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 did this when i went to japan for my 30th birthday i had never tried wasabi before and thought the fish  was poisoning me oops

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  The absolute best place to eat sushi will always be the country responsible for its invention: Japan. I visit Japan maybe once a year to enjoy the rich culture and amazing food. In September 2015, I went to Japan with my boyfriend and we went to one of their amazing sushi chains; probably the most amazing sushi I ever had!

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Mamba Mamba

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 Tastes a lot better in Japan!

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I found this place by chance. Nemuro Hanamaru is a famous restaurant for sushi-go-round. They have a long cue for waiting but it's very worth to wait. 



EmpressLulu EmpressLulu

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It is so different from the sushi at home, it is absolutely amazing and I can never look at sushi the same way again.

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JenniCate28 JenniCate28

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i've found out i'm not a sushi person....

SarahThomson SarahThomson

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My first day in Tokyo and I decided to go all-out on the Japan experience right away. Tried this lovely platter of different types of sushi. My favourites were the conger eel (bottom right), the egg (yellow one - yes, it's not all fish apparently) and th temaki (the rolls in the top-right - it had cucumber and wasabi inside). Highly recommend trying sushi if you're in Japan!

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Waking up at 2am to line up in the freezing cold at Tsukiji Market to be one of 100 people allowed in to the restricted access Tuna Auction was one of the best and worst experiences I've had. The lack of sleep was worth it after eating a $35 (AUD) sushi bowl for breakfast at 7am to start the day. 

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I had never eaten sushi before a homestay in Kyoto, Japan in 2006. I put on my homestay application/information form that I was allergic to seafood and thought that that would deter my home stay family from getting sushi. Alas I'm not allergic to seafood (just intollerant to fish) and my family had thought about this and gone and gotten chicken sushi. Now in Japan it is not seen as good manners to say no to food, especially when it's something as expensive as this sushi and presented to you by your homestay students grandparents. So in good grace I ate the most amazing piece of chicken terriyaki sushi I have ever and probably will ever taste. It was amazing! And since then I have happily eaten sushi all around the world! 

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Ate sushi at a Xmas dinner in Hakuba, Japan.


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