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Hi saito-san, has takagaki increased its lunch price recently? I just saw on instagram someone said the lunch was 18000yen for 10 nigiri and 1 tuna handroll.

Would you still recommend it at its current price?

大约 5 小时 ago

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Anyone know when will shinko will be at its peak? Just tried it once and im so in love with it. Thank you

2 天 ago

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

It will be at its peak between the latter half of July and the beginning of August.

2 天 ago

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Hi Saito- san

Would you have any recommendations for sushi in Fukuoka?
Most of the discussion on this site seems to be for sushiyas in Tokyo haha

3 天 ago

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localtaste

Leo wrote this sushi article, together with his 35 next restaurants in Fuk.

https://www.tokyotabletrip.com/en/353

3 天 ago

guest

Saito-san, what will be in season for sushi in October? Thank you

3 天 ago

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

Honmaguro(The Pacific blue fin tuna), Katsuo(skipjack tuna), Nodoguro(rosy seabass), Kinmedai(golden eye snapper), Kohada(spotted sardine), Saba(mackerel), Sanma(Pacific saury), and Kurumaebi(Japanese tiger prawn).

2 天 ago

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Hi saito-san, can i ask whether there is any sushiya which are very particular on their shari? Besides keita and yamada which i have seen from earlier posts.

4 天 ago

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Any sushi chef worth his (or her) grain of salt will be very particular about their shari.

3 天 ago
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Thanks saito-san. Have been to hakkoku, would tokami or kizaki be more recommended in your opinion?

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

I recommend Kizaki. The cost performance for their lunches is good.

2 天 ago

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