|Above, the sushi breakfast I had in 2010 near the Tsukiji Fish Market. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
In December 2010, I paid a visit to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market. After wandering around the fish market, I headed to the restaurant and shop area next to the fish market for an early-morning sushi breakfast.
I was not disappointed in my meal. It was the freshest tuna (prepared in several ways) sushi I have ever tasted.
Mr. Sato of Rocket News 24 recently paid a visit to the sushi restaurants next to the Tsukiji Fish Market and he has reported his findings on what he feels are the best sushi restaurants there. His report is to be in two parts. Part one has been posted.
In this part, he visited four sushi restaurants and compares them.
The article begins with:
Obviously, if you love sushi, Tokyo is probably your number one foodie vacation destination, but Tokyo is a big place! There are plenty of excellent sushi restaurants–and plenty of great ones at that. But for seriously fresh sushi, there might be no better place than right off the boat.
And if you want sushi right off the boat, you’ll want to head to Tsukiji-shijo, also known as Tsukiji Fish Market, the “biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world.” While that might sound a bit daunting, worry not! Today, we’re going to visit four Tsukiji-shijo sushi restaurants with none other than our very own Mr. Sato!To read more, go here.