By Peter JonesABC News (UK) – This is a question that many Japanese people have asked themselves.
Which fish should I choose for sushi, and where can I get the best sushi?
If you’ve been to Tokyo’s busy and popular restaurants you know what we mean.
The city’s famous sushi restaurants are packed with fresh fish and superb quality.
But are there good midori places to enjoy sushi?
And how much of the quality comes from the quality of the fish?
Midori sushi is a type of sushi where the fish is cooked to perfection and then dipped into a special dipping sauce.
It’s an alternative to sushi that has the addition of fish flakes, which are usually white flakes of fish that have been cooked in water.
They add flavour and colour to the sushi.
In the midori style, the fish flakes are not dipped into the fish, but rather they are placed on top of the sushi to form a crust.
The dish is known as a sushi roll.
If you are interested in the difference between sushi rolls and midori, we have compiled a list of the best midori spots in Japan.