Cooking with fire, literally. Food is grilled over an open flame. Some examples of this are Yakitori skewers and Hokke.
Teppan-yaki is also widely known as Habachi, where food is cooked on an iron plate or griddle. Our favorites are Okonomiyaki and Omusoba.
Type of sushi, where rice is molded by hand, and fish or other toppings are pressed on top of the rice.
Sashimi (aka not sushi) is thinly sliced raw seafood served without rice.
Maki is the familiar rolled sushi we are accustomed to. Oshi sushi is sushi made with a box mold.
National beverage of Japan made with fermented rice.
Asahi & Sapporo are Japan's best lagers and pair well with food.
Distilled beverages often with nutty and earthy flavor profiles.
More than just whiskey and soda, it's harmony in a mug.
Something familiar but new at the same time. Cocktails are universal and made to bring everyone together.
"This casual Japanese eatery in Brighton boasts a large menu, but the emphasis is on small plates like octopus pancakes and pan-fried squid legs, a per-skewer-priced assortment of yakitori, plus sushi (for less adventurous tastes) and a full complement of sake. Specials are scrawled on blackboards and hung on brick walls in an unassuming, illuminated space. "
"There’s a reason the crowd at this izakaya always spills onto the street. The sashimi’s so fresh it tastes like it swam onto your plate, the beef yakitori crackles with charred flavor, and the ramen portions are more than generous. "