Why I love sushi and the history of the world’s first sushi restaurant

I love my sushi, but I’m also fascinated by the history behind it.

As a kid, my family would bring a plate of tuna and a plate or two of tuna with salmon on it to my father’s house for a lunchtime sushi dinner.

I remember when the tuna came in with the rice and the salmon.

I can still smell the fish.

But I’ve always wondered what it would be like to eat a raw version of that tuna and salmon, the kind you can only find in the sushi shops.

The sushi restaurant was an early sushi restaurant, the first to open in Tokyo in 1873.

But the restaurant was also a haven for Japanese immigrants, many of whom lived in Japan and came from the countryside.

The restaurants were often crowded with locals.

The restaurant was a safe haven for many who had little or no formal education.

The Japanese food they served was often inspired by Japanese cuisine of the day, including fish and chips and noodle dishes.

The first sushi chefs in Japan were men, and many of them were men of color, as was the norm at the time.

But in the 1800s, the Japanese food was changing, as immigrants from all over the world began arriving to settle in Japan.

The food at the sushi restaurant influenced me as a child, and I’ve been fascinated by it ever since.

I started reading about the history and culture of the sushi industry in Japan in 2007, when I was a teenager.

Today, the restaurant is a fixture in Tokyo’s Chinatown, and has been for over 100 years.

I want to share with you the stories behind the restaurant, and how it has influenced me, along with how I’ve used sushi as a way to create my own dishes.

Today is the 10th anniversary of the opening of the first sushi-themed restaurant in Japan, the Sushi Toshi in Shinjuku.

In honor of this milestone, I thought I’d share some of the stories I’ve collected.

I wanted to honor all the people who have worked tirelessly over the years to bring the food, the artistry, and the tradition to the restaurant.

But my passion for sushi is not limited to Japanese food, or the sushi restaurants that opened in Japan after the Second World War.

I’m fascinated by sushi’s place in the culinary history of Asia, as well as the history surrounding sushi’s origins.

Today’s sushi restaurant is an amazing reminder of how food and art intersected in this region, and that it’s possible to bring this fusion of cultures to the table.

My favorite sushi restaurant in the world Today is an important day for sushi restaurants in Japan: It marks the 10-year anniversary of opening the first Japanese sushi restaurant.

It also marks the 100th anniversary since the opening.

The history behind this restaurant has been in the making for years.

The chef at the restaurant’s current location, who’s Japanese, was inspired by the restaurant that was the inspiration for his own restaurant, The Sushi Sushi, in Tokyo.

I was inspired to create a sushi restaurant based on his ideas, so I decided to recreate his concept in the restaurant I currently own.

I first saw a photograph of this restaurant on Facebook, where a photo of it was posted, and it was amazing to see how the image captured the spirit of the restaurant: Its iconic sushi counter, with the iconic sushi board and the iconic fish, all made up of fresh fish from Japan.

As you can see, it was a great opportunity to recreate the original design.

This restaurant is also the home of my second restaurant, Toshi Sushi.

We’ve had many amazing customers since opening, and we’ve been lucky to have the support of a few very good friends.

The Sotsu Sushi is a great place for us to be.

But we’ve also created a special menu at Toshi, which features more than 40 types of fish.

I believe this menu has a very special place in my heart.

The Toshi menu is also a unique sushi-inspired dish that is very special.

The fish is seasoned with soy sauce and soy butter sauce.

The butter sauce has a special aroma that makes the fish taste like sushi.

It’s also served with a simple but delicious dish called Sotan, which is a rice-like rice with a fried egg on top.

It was my idea to include this dish on the menu as a tribute to the Toshi restaurant.

The dish is very popular in the city of Tokyo, and is often called the best in the country.

So, to celebrate the 10 years since opening the restaurant and the 100 years since the first Toshi sushi restaurant opened in Tokyo, we’re releasing a special sushi-focused menu at The Sotans sushi restaurant located in Shinjinji Station in Shinagawa Ward.

This special menu features an amazing array of fish dishes.

We also offer a very limited