Wednesday, May 23, 2012


 Taka Update May 23, 2012

 Fish delivery and more

Memorial Day weekend is coming. We will be closed 7 days. I ordered less Japanese fish this time.Some are coming, some are not coming. Obviously I did not buy much tuna. Actually I don’t get good tuna this week.Uni is coming on Wednesday.


Closed Information

We will be closed the business from May 27th to June 3rd.

I go to Hawaii for vacation, but I bring PC and do some project. I will not make sushi in Hawaii.

 How to find good sushi restaurants

Some people will eat sushi somewhere next week. Everybody wants to eat good sushi. So, bellows are my advices.

1, Avoid bad names like Osaka, Tokyo, Happy, Sumo, and Wasabi. Those are normally not owned by Japanese.

2, Try to find owner chef restaurants. You might find good places.

3, Avoid big restaurants. Small places are normally serving better sushi.

4, Eat Tamago, Egg omelets. This is a good judgment to find good sushi places. Good sushi restaurants make tamago in store. Bad places buy it from supplier. It is frozen and taste is really bad.

5, Ask them about any Japanese fish from Tokyo Tsukiji fish market. If they carry it, I can say good places.

Hopefully these 5 things work for you.If you don’t like the place, just leave and say “Family Emergency”. They understand this.


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Taka sushiandpassion

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375 Pharr Rd. Atlanta GA 30305 Reservation 404-869-2802

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