Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Sushi restaurant

Sushi restaurant, Suhi Dai, Tsukiji, Tokyo, Japan
This is a sushi bar, called Sushi Dai, the most delicious and reasonable restaurant in Tsukiji market, and I have never seen nobody waiting in a queue in front of the restaurant. (By the way, here is the photo from outside)

Sushi chefs and guest face each other across the wooden counter like this at traditional sushi bars. On the lower table are put a cup of hot green tea, some plates, chopsticks, a small container of soy sauce and more. The chefs put sushi on the higher table and guests take them by hand or by chopsticks and soak them for a brief while on the small plate, full of soy sauce. The higher one plays something of a dish. On the higher table is also put vinegared ginger. We usually eat them a little bit after we finish eating each sushi to take away the aftertaste.

The conversation with the chefs is also one of funs in such sushi bar.

By the way, where is sushi's photos??? OK, no problem! Here is the sushi photos and small comments on them.


At 7:03 AM, Blogger lv2scpbk said...

Never ate sushi before.

At 9:28 PM, Blogger Adamantine said...

Huuumm! Sushi...There are no sushi's bar in corsica, too bad... :-(

At 6:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

great photoblog, love to visit tokyo!
you should definitelly apply to be part of, get more exposure.


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