In the early 1980s, the world’s sushi chain Sushi Tamimi started to expand its presence in Tokyo.
Since then, the company has expanded to serve more than 1.5 million customers in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the United States, and Singapore.
Now, Sushi is the world leader in delivery sushi, offering delivery sushi for around $40 to the U.S. and around $90 in Japan.
With Sushi’s delivery service, people can get sushi at any time of day, from lunch hour to midnight, for about $20 to $30 a piece.
Sushi customers can choose between sushi made with either seaweed or sashimi—one of the main ingredients in sushi.
But to make delivery sushi sushi, the delivery person needs to learn the basics of sushi making.
To learn more about sushi making, read our article on how to make sashimono sushi.