S U S H I

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SUSHI  X  JAPAN

Sushi is originated in Japan, which consisting of cooked vinegared rice combined with other ingredients such as raw seafood, vegetables and sometimes tropical fruits. While sashimi, which is also a Japanese delicacy, consists of thinly sliced raw fish and may or may not be served with rice. It is often prepared with raw seafood, but some common varieties of sushi use cooked ingredients or even vegetarian. Sushi is often served with pickled ginger, wasabi, and soy sauce.

Well, my parents read a lot of articles that consuming sashimi is not really good actually. So, as a good children, i obey them even sometimes i didn’t (for some reasons). While i ate quite lot of sashimi at Phuket, sorry mom dad (we’re on vacation, so how can i didn’t). But, i never eat one with my friends. We have common things, one is love to eat sushi and even more, there is one sushi shop where my university building at. We go there once in a while to satisfy our hunger. I’ll show you some! check below.

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Salmon Cha Soba
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Crispy Cheese Roll
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Mentai Sauce
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Salmon Mentai Canape
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Salmon Teriyaki Roll
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Kani Mentai Mayo Roll
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Tuna Salad Crispy Mentai and Yakiniku Don
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Kani Mentaiyaki
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Inari Kani Mayo
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Tuna Maki (the yellow plate)
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Kani Mentai
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Tori Gyoza
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Tamago
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Chicken Katsu Don
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Okonomiyaki

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