A Must-Try Sushi Restaurant set to open in Roponggi

The Land of the Rising Sun is home to some of the world’s most iconic dishes. Year in and year out, hundreds of thousands of travel and food enthusiasts look forward to visiting the country in order to personally enjoy a one of a kind gastronomic experience. Among the most famous Japanese food which has also gained tremendous popularity across the globe is the sushi. It is perhaps the first delicacy that would come to mind when foreigners would be asked to name a dish that can be associated with Japan.


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Both locals and foreign tourists are in search of the best sushi restaurants in Japan particularly within Tokyo area. However, eating sushi to your heart’s content can be a bit pricey. In addition, most sushi shops that offer an eat all you can meal plan have a limited selection. Their premium ingredients which include fatty tuna or “toro” and sea urchin or “uni” are more likely omitted from the menu.


This is the reason why Hinasushi has become one of the most sought-after sushi restaurants in the country. Majority of international tourists who are sushi enthusiasts have probably added Hinasushi in their bucketlist of must-try restaurants in Japan. For them, Hinasushi is known as a high class sushi chain with great ambience. It provides a wide variety of sushi toppings. At a reasonable price, they can try out around sixty kinds of sushi including the premium choices such as the fatty tuna and sea urchin.


Currently, there are Hinasushi branches located at Ginza, Shinjuku, Ikebukuo and another sister restaurant in Yokohama. This month, they are planning to open another Hinasushi food chain in Roppongi area in Tokyo which is known as the capital’s most popular nightlife district among foreigners. The latest Hinasushi branch in Roponggi will also launch the sushi chain’s first touchscreen ordering system. It will feature pictures of each of the available sushi items in the menu. Another good news is that the system may be operated in multiple languages such as Japanese, English and Chinese.


Reference: Hinasushi, known for all-you-can-eat sushi including toro and uni, opens in Roppongi


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