If you have an adventurous palate, get ready to entertain your taste buds with this new take on sushi!
People have fallen in love with the charm of floating tubs at this unusual eatery in Japan.
Fast food gets a raw fish makeover at this conveyor belt restaurant chain in Japan.
This impressive restaurant ticks all the right boxes in terms of quality, atmosphere, service and price.
Take a trip back in time, and enjoy some sushi while you’re at it!
We visit the Uobei Sushi conveyor belt sushi restaurant and choose our top picks to save you time, money and potentially wasted calories.
Foreigners complained that chefs at a restaurant in Osaka added up to two times more wasabi in their sushi when serving non-Japanese customers.
Unless sushi train restaurants add a new dish to their menus, the wasteful trend looks set to continue.
It’s food. It’s art. It’s delicious. It’s sashimi!
Sushi Mamire, in Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district, offers up all-you-can-eat sides of inari-zushi with every lunch.
If only we lived in Tsukiji…
Japan’s robotics industry is freaking us out with this new sushi-bot. Is it the harbinger of an impending robopocalypse or merely a futuristic way to enjoy lunch? You be the judge!
It seems that sushi isn’t just delicious anymore — creative types online have transformed this classic staple of Japanese cuisine into Instagram-ready art!
The beloved Japanese food sushi is often thought to be dauntingly difficult to make, so can one of our reporters figure it out with a little help from the pros?
Apparently the loveable creatures can be found in the mountains of China, zoos, and this couple’s refrigerator.
Bring the crazy spirit of Harajuku fashion culture to your wardrobe by adding a giant slice of raw fish to your outfit.
Sapporo’s Nagoyaka-tei takes full responsibility for these (literally) over the top roe-lover’s rolls.
Instagram food artists show off their multicolored, mouth-watering creations.
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At this point, we’re not even sure we can even call it “bite-size!”