3/7/2017 5:25:00 I was on vacation for a couple of weeks in July, and while my parents had some vacation days to spend, I decided to head to the best place to eat sushi.
The first sushi I saw was from the sushi bar in the Kiyoko, which was named after my favorite sushi restaurant.
It’s located right outside of the main gate, and it is a great spot to eat a nice meal.
This place is open 24/7.
I was able to eat their traditional sushi on my own for around 10 dollars, and the sushi was really tasty.
The food comes out really quickly, so it’s a good time to catch up on your sushi.
This sushi is actually called kibabashi, or “mushroom sushi.”
I love it!
I recommend it to anyone who likes sushi.
They also serve rice bowls with a variety of toppings.
This is my favorite spot to go for sushi, especially since I can’t really afford to eat there every day.
It’s also a good place to try out some of their other sushi restaurants around Tokyo, such as their Kobe Sushi, where you can order sushi to go or a sushi dinner.
This restaurant is a bit expensive, but they have some really nice quality sushi and it makes a great way to spend a couple dollars on sushi.
I like to eat here, but if I’m going to eat at the Kiro, I’d recommend going for a meal at the restaurant instead.