Seafood

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Sushi train Katsu-midori
Katsu-midori, a popular conveyor belt sushi restaurant in Tokyo, provides delicious sushi that are made with fresh ingredients, and offers unique performances f...
The Crab Goes in and Deliciousness Comes Out with Kani Nabe
When it comes to winter food to warm the body and soul, there are few things in Japan that fit the bill quite like nabe, or hot pot. A proper nabe will be cooke...
Freshwater Eel Grilled Up Kabayaki Style
There are two types of eel commonly found in Japanese food, unagi and anago. Unagi is the freshwater variant, and anago the saltwater one. Both are delicious, a...
Uzaku Brings Eel to a Different Place
Grilled unagi, or freshwater eel, is a popular dish to be enjoyed year round, all over Japan. It can be prepared kabayaki style, or grilled, placed of a bed of ...
The Artful World of Sushi
Sushi is indisputably the most famous of Japanese foods the world over. Everyone’s got an opinion on eating raw fish, but sushi doesn’t have to be r...
Time for Tempura!
As one of the most well-known Japanese dishes overseas, tempura doesn’t really require much on an explanation. However, if you haven’t had really go...
Saikyo-yaki is Grilled Fish with Something Special
Grilled fish is something to be universally found across seafaring cultures across the globe, and Japan is no exception. Generally speaking, fish in Japan is ea...
Temaki Puts the Roll in Your Hand
As many avid sushi eaters are well aware, sushi comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. There is the standard fish-on-rice “nigiri,” the nori (seawe...
With Sashimi, It’s All in the Cut of Your Jib
At a given Japanese restaurant, you could have sliced maguro (tuna) on little rice balls and it would be called sushi, or you could have the same without the ri...
Unaju: The Luxurious Grilled Eel Box
Eels. Just saying the word, which sounds a little too similar to “eww!” can raise the hair on the back of your neck. They seem so slimy, and did you...