Sushi is a very popular Japanese food. In fact, it is not only famous in Japan but all across the globe. This site has mentioned the word ‘sushi’ almost a dozen times and has featured it in a number of articles including the ‘Sushi-Meshi: Your Sour Vanity’ and the ‘Sushezi Bazooka: An Easy Way of Sushi Making’. In the latter article, we even added a link to a video showing how quick and easy it is to make a delicious sushi. However, if home cooking is not really your forte but you absolutely love sushi, then better read this article to discover where to find the best sushi in the world.

Sukiyabashi Jiro

Barack Obama and Shinzo Abe at Sukyabashi Jiro

Although only a 3-Michelin star restaurant, President Barack Obama has been here. This food house, which is in Ginza, Tokyo, is deemed as the greatest sushi restaurant in the world according to TIME Magazine. Even Chef Joël Robuchon, the owner of several restaurants with a total of 25 Michelin Guide stars (the most in the world), considers Sukiyabashi Jiro one of his favorite.

Sushi Kyotatsu

Sushi Kyotatsu

This outstanding restaurant is not only one of the best in Japan. Do you know that it has also made it to Conde Nast’s Traveler’s list of the World Most Popular Airport Restaurants? According to the official website of Narita International Airport, Sushi Kyotatsu is a traditional Tokyo style sushi restaurant that offers authentic and delicious sushi in a comfortable atmosphere at a budget-friendly price. If you take the time to read reviews about this restaurant in TripAdvisor, then you will learn some positive feedbacks written by satisfied customers.

Other restaurants located in Tokyo like Sushi Kanesaka, Sushi Saito, and Sushi Yoshitake are also considered the world’s best in terms of sushi – from preparing them in the kitchen to serving them on the table.

So, where to find the best sushi in the world? Of course, in Japan!




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