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Sushi lovers should try the de­lec­ta­ble se­lec­tions pro­vided by Okamezushi, a restau­rant with a dis­tin­guished his­tory that was es­tab­lished dur­ing the Edo pe­riod. The high­est-grade fish, pro­cured daily from the Tsukiji fish mar­ket to pro­vide un­beat­able fresh­ness, is pressed onto sushi rice pre­pared us­ing a tech­nique pre­served from the Edo pe­riod. You can’t help but feel that the re­fine­ment of an art is in­cor­po­rated in that seem­ingly un­re­mark­able and neg­li­gi­ble ef­fort.

Spend a night on the town in Tokyo and ex­pe­ri­ence au­then­tic sushi un­af­fected by the pas­sage of time, safe­guarded at this restau­rant that has been serv­ing peo­ple for over 160 years. Name: Okamezushi Ad­dress: 2-3-2 Shibadai­mon, Minato City, Tokyo

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