Tag: sushi

Eat Tokyo

Eat Tokyo

There are a lot of things I would like to eat.  So prefacing a noun with “eat” definitely draws my interest. However, in this case I am a little confused.  As I would think that “eat” would usually be followed by a foodstuff, rather than […]

Kyubei

Kyubei

People have often asked me what different there can be with sushi – it’s just raw fish, there can’t be any real difference, it’s all the same. Even among those who are willing to give sushi a try, differences between the chains and Japanese restaurants […]

Yen

Yen

Attenuation. That’s what was said at the start of the meal.   I had no idea what it meant.  I was subsequently educated. It apparently means the reduction of something, often used in relation to radio waves.  That’s why you don’t get mobile phone signals indoors […]

Ichi-Riki

Ichi-Riki

It is a relief when things are what they say they are on the tin. Especially in this day and age when hyperbole and senseless superficiality seem to rule.  The more words that you needlessly tack onto what you want to sell, the more value […]

Chisou

Chisou

Sometimes I feel an urge to do something.  To clarify this is (usually) not to do something destructive, like the time in my youth when I jumped all over my sand castle which I had spent hours painstakingly building.  If it was time to leave, […]