is the Japanese cuisine famous all over the world. It is only after years of training that a true sushi chef can make perfectly formed, lightly vinegared rice balls, on top of which he places carefully sliced pieces of raw seafood. Regardless if it is a rich piece of toro (fatty tuna), a silky slice of salmon, or the luxurious flavor of hamachi (yellow tail), each piece should be enjoyed as a beautiful thing on its own. As a bonus, enjoying sushi in its birthplace means you’ll most likely get to try fish varieties not seen back home.
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