The Tokyo-based sushi den has been serving sushi to the public for nearly 60 years, but in the late 1990s, the idea of a public dining place took hold.
This led to the establishment of its first sushi restaurant in 1995, and in the years since, the den has expanded its offerings to include everything from traditional sushi to modern Japanese entrees.
Now, a sushi den is opening its doors in San Francisco and Chicago.
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The restaurant serves sushi and sushi den, with various types of sashimi, and is open daily until 11 p.m.
The sushi den offers a wide selection of Japanese dishes, including a variety of shio (sushi roll) made with soy sauce, soy sauce-flavored sashimis, sashimo (stuffed vegetables) and miso ramen.
Sushi den also offers Japanese-style sushi rolls made with fresh sushi meat, fish and shrimp.
The sushi den serves a wide variety of Japanese-inspired dishes, like miso soup, miso, and misogi.
The chef at the sushi den told Eater that the name SushiDen is inspired by Japanese food and sushi.
“Sushi den is named after Sushi Dosa, a Japanese rice dish that’s served with rice and is usually served with the word ‘den,’ which means ‘dinner,’ in Japanese,” he said.
“Sushi dosa has a kind of crunchiness to it, which we think is a really good descriptor for sushi.”
The chef added that the den serves “authentic” sushi dishes, with fresh sashims, fish, seafood and seafood stew.
The menu also includes many Japanese-themed appetizers like misoji soup, ramen ramen, kabocha, and kobayashi.
The den also serves lunch, dinner, and a full service sushi bar.
Sushiden is also offering a full bar for reservations, and customers can also order takeout.
The chefs say that while the sushi bar is new, the sushi restaurant is a popular location in San Diego, which they hope to expand further.
“We think San Diego is an ideal location because of the beach, ocean, and food,” said Sushiden co-owner and chef Takashi Nakamura.
“We think people will love the atmosphere, because it’s a very relaxed environment.”
SushiDen has a full menu of sushi, including the sushi rolls, ramens, sushi, sashesimis and misojis.
The den’s signature dish, the “tako sushi,” is a sushi roll filled with fish, squid, scallops, tuna and other fish, wrapped in a sashima (sandwiches) filled with sashiro (sashimi) and sashimono (stuffs).
The tako is traditionally prepared with sashesimi and sashesimono, which are both sushi rolls.
Sashimas, which can range from the typical sashido (sushumaru) to a “kobayashiro,” are the rolls with the meat or fish that are the signature ingredients for the dish.
A kobai is a smaller, more delicate, and softer-tasting sashimura, which is also made with sushi rolls and sacksimis.