Did sushi come from Japan? All you need to know about the beloved dish
Down a small pebbled corridor, diners push past two pretty curtains and step into a minimalist room featuring unadorned wood. As they take their seats at the counter, a serious-looking chef carefully prepares and presents slices of raw fish pressed onto balls of lightly seasoned rice.
For many diners, this is the way sushi should be served – unadorned, nigiri-style, and in a setting that is elegant yet simple. But ask chef Kenjiro Hashida of popular restaurant Hashida Sushi what authentic sushi is and his eyes light up as he leans in to address a question not many know the answer to.
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