Delicious, genuine, non-revolving sushi is available at Haneda Airport
When you come to Japan, which sushi bar is the best? Which restaurant is the best?
I’m sure you’re wondering. The high-end restaurants are delicious, but you want to know about more affordable and delicious restaurants.
I was born in Japan and grew up in Tokyo, and I’d like to introduce you to some of the sushi restaurants that everyday Japanese people often eat at.
There are two types of sushi restaurants in Japan
those that are called chain restaurants and those that are run by individuals. Private restaurants are expensive. The prices are called market price. It is not a fixed price because the price of fish varies depending on the season and time of year. Also, the price is set higher than chain stores as a technical fee.
However, for the price, the chefs are more skilled than those at the chain restaurants, so most of the restaurants are tasty in their own way. However, it can cost up to 10,000 yen.
Chain restaurants, on the other hand, are very inexpensive and their prices are fixed. They are not part-timers or craftsmen, but rather people who have learned the basics at the restaurant, and their skills are inferior to those of independent restaurants. However, this is compensated for by machines and systems, and it is not so bad that you can’t eat it.
In fact, I think that people will think that it is a good cost performance to eat well at this price. Moreover, you can enjoy a variety of meals from a variety of menus, without being restricted by the formalities of a private restaurant.
I want you to make sure you go and eat before you get on the plane from Haneda Airport
that I would like to introduce to you. If you are ever in Haneda, please go and try it.
The feature of this restaurant is that the ingredients are just huge. The ingredients are bigger than the sushi rice, making it difficult to eat in one bite. The fish meat is also thick and very hearty. Even I, a frequent sushi eater, can be satisfied with the quantity.
The ingredients are extravagantly larger than in a typical sushi restaurant.
In most Japanese restaurants (Izakaya), when you order a drink, you will be served a snack called “Otsoshi” at the beginning.
In some restaurants, this is free of charge, while in others, there is a fee.
You don’t have to ask for it, they just bring it to you.
If you don’t need it, just say no.
Many Japanese people can’t say no even if they don’t want it, so they add it to the bill even if they don’t want to eat it.
It’s a kind of scam.
If you don’t need it, just say NO.
However, many of the “Otsoshi” are home-style dishes that are not on the menu, and they are usually delicious.