I am so lucky to have one of the best sushi restaurants in my backyard and the ingredients and choices change according to the season and what the Master believes will satisfy his patrons the most.
The interaction with the Master (known as Taisho in Japanese) adds to the experience of the meal as does the Japanese sake (rice wine) which compliments the sushi to a T!
Please click on the photos below to enlarge:
|2 Types of Tuna|
|Special herb and sauce|
|The Master hard at work|
And if you thought the Sushi in Nagasaki is great you should check out the Sashimi: