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60 Parsonage Rd.
Edison, NJ 08837

732-744-0660 Get Directions
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Hibachi Steak And Chicken For Two

Share two hibachi steak and chicken entrées grilled with mushrooms and sesame seeds.

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60 Parsonage Rd. Edison, NJ 08837

732-744-0660 Get Directions
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About Teppanyaki,
Sushi & Sake

All About Sushi
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When most people think of sushi, the first thing they think of is raw fish. But sushi actually gets its name from the seasoned rice that accompanies the fish. So many types of sushi are made with cooked ingredients, like barbecued eel (unagi) or Japanese omelets (tamagoyak). Sashimi, on the other hand, is always made with fresh, raw meat and fish, elegantly sliced and served with a variety of colorful garnishes.

Popular types of sushi include:

Nigiri : The most popular form of sushi, where various ingredients are placed on top of a bite-sized base of rice.

Maki-zushi or Norimaki : Rolled sushi. Made by rolling fish, vegetables and rice into a sheet of dried nori, using a bamboo mat, then cutting it into bite-sized pieces.

Te-maki : "Hand roll" style sushi. Made by rolling rice and other ingredients with nori to form a cone shape that's easy to pick up and eat with your hands.

Gunkan-maki : Sushi where nori is wrapped around rice to create a shallow dish, then filled with seafood like sea urchin or salmon roe.

Hako-zushi : Sushi pressed in a box, then cut into bite-sized pieces.

Inari-zushi : Deep-fried tofu pockets stuffed with seasoned rice.

Nare-zushi : Traditional fermented sushi, where the fish is fermented over a period of days.
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