Sushi mania is alive and well today.
A sacred place for sushi chefs since the Edo period. Tokyo Kanda.I went there for the best sushi at a reasonable price.
EDO kids sushi
There are people drinking from noon and this price is cheap.
Why a long-established sushi bar in the Kanda area of Tokyo?
Kanda is a town that developed during the Edo period. During the Edo period, the Tokugawa established the Five Routes and designated Nihonbashi, next to Kanda, as the starting point of the Five Routes. The Five Routes brought a variety of goods and services to Edo, and at the same time, cultures were exchanged, the economy developed, and Edo, the forerunner of the giant city of Tokyo, was formed. Many laborers gathered in Edo. Kanda was the starting point for the food supply for these workers. Fish from Tokyo Bay (Edo Bay) were supplied to the fish market in Uchi-Kanda, and produce brought from the northern Kanto region was gathered at the produce market in Kanda-Tamachi. Although the fish market later moved to Tsukiji and the produce market to Oi, Kanda was the starting point. In this way, Kanda developed along with the flow of the Edo period.
One of the fast foods that emerged during this period was fast-food yatai sushi, a quick and easy way to fill the bellies of impatient Edo people and busy laborers. Fast food was not the same as today’s sushi, which is made from frozen ingredients of unknown origin and served with various modifications. In an era without even refrigerators, sushi was made by simply preparing and serving freshly caught, seasonal ingredients while they were still fresh. Wasabi was originally used to prevent spoilage and add flavor. Sushi, a bold white rice topped with a thick slice of sashimi, was valued as an inexpensive and quick way to fill the stomach.
From the Meiji era onward, Kanda was reshaped as a town of artisans and students. Soon after the war, in 1947, Kanda and Kojimachi wards merged to form Chiyoda Ward. At that time, all the town names in Kanda Ward remained with Kanda as their eponyms. Kanda Tsukasa-machi, Kanda Kaji-cho, and Kanda Nishiki-cho…… are the names of many of these towns that remain today. Perhaps that is why there are still many areas in Kanda where one can feel a sense of emotion. Among them, the Kanda-Sudacho and Kanda-Awajicho neighborhoods are known as areas overflowing with a culinary atmosphere. <from openers>
Kanda is an area that has developed along with its history and is the town that inspired more people to eat sushi.
Most sushi bars have automated ordering. Foreign languages are also available.
There are also some unusual sushi items that are unique to long-established sushi bars that are not available at major conveyor-belt sushi restaurants. For example, whale. Other seasonal fish are also available at the time of the season. Many of them are announced on posters on the wall.
First, drink a very cheap beer.
This time I ordered a lunch set. Very reasonable. Comes with seaweed miso soup.
A moderately rare source of tea is bottled.
I had a lunch set.
If you go to a major conveyor belt sushi restaurant, this restaurant is better. The price is cheap too. When you come to Japan, I would like you to enjoy the atmosphere of a sushi bar in a downtown area.
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