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What would you say is the best type of sushi to get in japan?

shinygazette

Can be a specialty roll or something common!

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  • Rose A.

    Specialty rolls aren’t really a Japanese thing; fancy maki sushi (rolls) with lots of fillings and topping are pretty rare in Japan! They’re really more like American-Japanese or wherever-Japanese food. 😉

     

    But if you love some really high quality nigiri sushi (simple sliced fish, etc on top of a nugget of rice) then you’ll find some good stuff in Japan. I think the best route is often to find a shop with a good reputation and then try their omakase, so whatever the sushi chef recommends that day! It can also be fun to try like a maguro (tuna) tasting plate, with various cuts (everything from lean “red meat” to really fatty otoro).

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  • Sophia Appelbaum

    Yeah, seasonal omakase tends to be a great choice! I didn't know what to expect when I visited Sushi no Midori recently, because it's a chain, but this set was ridiculously good.

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  • 君塚 カール 嘉史

    Seasonal ingredients or local specialty would be my option. Especially if you have the chance to go around the country.

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  • Ryan Gosling

    I can't wait to eat tons of salmon sushi in Japan! Lockdown is basically forcing me to save a lot of the money I'd normally spend every day, but I think I'm going to end up spending it all anyway once we can safely go out again.

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