Rappler's latest stories on sushi
Can't go wrong with Japanese food! These local restaurants and home businesses are selling their sushi rolls and fresh sashimi for delivery.
After 8 years of service, the Japanese restaurant located along Katipunan Avenue has decided to 'pause' operations beginning Thursday, May 28
Have you been seeing tins of this on your feed? That's sushi bake for you – the latest food trend taking home cooks and foodies by storm
Jiro Ono's Sukiyabashi Jiro restaurant has earned 3 Michelin stars every year since 2007, but will not be receiving any in 2020 after it stopped accepting reservations from the general public
Be the star of your next potluck party with ready-to-eat food trays delivered to your doorstep – a change from the usual spaghetti and barbecue!
Self-styled 'Tuna King' Kiyoshi Kimura pays the top price, which doubled the previous record of 155 million yen also paid by him in 2013.
The new market, located around two kilometers to the east at Toyosu, boasts state-of-the-art refrigeration facilities and is nearly twice as big again as Tsukiji, already the world's largest
After more than 80 years in operation, the world's biggest fish market, a popular tourist attraction in an area packed with restaurants and shops, will move to Toyosu on October 11
A mural of Liza is found at a sushi restaurant in Sydney, Australia
Tak sekadar nikmat sushi memiliki cerita dan makna tersendiri lho
Blake and Jimmy eat a 5 course meal including different kinds of sushi sashimi and more
A smoking coffee jelly a spread of sushi covered in a secret Aburi sauce and more – check out what you can eat at Minami Saki
Glistening invitingly with a dazzling variety of beautiful cuts of fish perfect sticky white rice – a chirashi don has it all Here are a few picks from Japanese restaurants around the metro
Ginza roll spicy salmon tempura roll fried spicy ikura sushi and more
Do you want white brown or black rice in your sushi?
Sushi chef Jiro Ono: I told my young men 3 years ago sushi materials will totally change in 5 years And now such a trend is becoming a reality little by little
Our writer fulfills her lifelong dream of traveling to the Land of the Rising Sun