food & japan

After enjoying the Tsukiji fish market, we had to have some fish. It was sushi breakfast time! We found a nice sushi bar and ordered food.

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The sushi came with a big complementary bowl of great miso soup. The sushi itself was… just magnificent. I thought that I had eaten very good and sometimes even very delicious sushi up to this point in my life. But this sushi savored in an authentic eatery on a small street in Tokyo near the fish market… this sushi was so melt-in-your-mouth delicious that it probably ruined all other sushi for me. Forever.

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This sushi was so delightful it made me want to run away to Tokyo. It was so exquisite it made me want to shun all other foods for all time. It made me fall in love with Tokyo just a little bit more.

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3 Responses to “food & japan”


  1. 1 chiara.u June 24, 2009 at 03:31

    Hi! What a wonderful travel… and beautiful reportage! In this period Tokyo and Japan often come on my mind… I think I’d love to visit that country, so fascinating for me! Here you confirm this idea… now I MUST go there!!
    Thank you for sharing!

  2. 2 Jackie @ PhamFatale.com June 25, 2009 at 12:22

    Beautiful post. Thanks for sharing your experience with us. It makes me want to quit everything and fly to Japan!

  3. 3 Tasty Health Food June 30, 2009 at 02:16

    I want to go to Japan! The only other country I’ve been to is Canada. I love sushi though, even though I don’t do raw fish. Great sushi pictures!


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I really like the phrase "always an adventure". I am a Reiki Master and work as a therapist in Manhattan, in my private practice and at a cancer center. I also freelance as a translator in the New York City area and beyond.

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