The only way I want to eat sushi from now on.
My final night in Takasago was spent eating sushi at the local sushi train restaurant (for the second time I might add). Mel and I scoffed down the most delectable fish and meat dishes. Sushi in Japan is very different than how it is in Australia. Here it tends to be served wrapped in seaweed, in my limited experience. In Japan it was mostly meat and fish atop little mounds of rice. My favourites were the tempura prawns and the sticky meat one. The sweet caramel covered potato chips were a weird addition! I also really loved the mandarin juice drink. Sushi train is definitely an experience I would recommend if in Japan, and it was the perfect was to end my time in Takasago with Mel.
Hi! I'm Louise. I am a writer, photographer, traveler, book fanatic and blogger. I love to post about my adventures and the little things I do that make life fun.
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