This Is What A Meal At The Best Sushi Restaurant In The World Looks Like

pictures of jiro sushi

Sukiyabashi Jiro is a 3-star Michelin restaurant in Tokyo that many say serves the best sushi in the world. The chef/owner, 86-year-old Jiro Ono, was the subject of the Jiro Dreams of Sushi documentary film. A meal here consists of 21 courses, cost about $380 per person and lasted only 19 minutes. That’s more than a course a minute and $20 per person per minute and apparently it is totally worth it.

pictures of jiro sushi

pictures of jiro sushi

Karei (flatfish)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Hirame (fluke)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Sumi-ika (cuttlefish)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Buri (Japanese amberjack)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Akami (top loin of Bluefin tuna)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Chu-toro ( medium fatty tuna)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Oo – toro (fatty tuna)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Kohada (gizzard shad)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Mushi awabi (steamed abalone)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Aji (horse mackerel)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Akagai (ark shell clam)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Sayori (halfbeak)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Kuruma-ebi (Japanese imperial prawn)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Katsuo (skipjack tuna)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Hamaguri (clam)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Saba (blue mackerel)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Uni (sea urchin)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Kobashira (mactra clam)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Ikura (salmon roe)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Anago (salt water eel)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

Tamago (sweet egg omelette)

 

pictures of jiro sushi

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