Chirashi


August 1, 2013

Kuishinbo: Doyou no Ushinohi (A Day for Eel)

by Yuki HD

During midsummer, tradition is to have unagi (freshwater eel) on specific days. The days are called doyou no ushinohi (土用の丑の日) to provide a nutritional treat, as well as to help survive the hot season.

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July 22, 2013

Ask Sushi Kuni: Chirashi, A Short History

by Kayoko Akabori

Whenever I go to Sushi Kuni alone for lunch, I always sit at the sushi counter in front of Kuni.

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November 20, 2012

MOTOism: Bara-Chirashi Extreme

by Moto Yamamoto

Last week, Sakura wrote about chirashi sushi in London, a dish you can find at many Japanese restaurants throughout the world.

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November 13, 2012

Slightly Peckish: Chirashizushi at Sakana-tei (LDN)

by Sakura Gooneratne

I always thought chirashizushi was the large, family-friendly tub of vinegared sushi rice studded with a variety of colourful ingredients such as shiitake, cooked seafood, and what ever else you like — all sprinkled with thinly sliced Japanese omelette and cucumber.

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