Sushi is perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when you think Japan. In the early 19th century it was a simple street food using fish freshly caught from Tokyo bay wrapped in dried seaweed on a bed of vinegared rice. If you enjoy eating it here in Australia, you will be taken with the incredibly fresh sushi and sashimi parcels you will find in Japan. Sushi-no-midori is a locally famous spot for sushi in Tokyo. Brace yourself for a bit of a queue, but it will be well worth it to watch the swift and finely-crafted work of the sushi chefs and taste the authentic delights.
Kyoto tea ceremony, Moyan Brenn