Tokyo is a place where food and culinary traditions are taken extremely seriously, and the city’s master sushi chefs are revered as artists. It’s hardly surprising the city has more Michelin stars than anywhere else on the planet. Certain sushi restaurants are known to write poems about customers to accompany their meals, while few Japanese would think twice about queuing for hours to eat seafood delicacies.
The Japanese capital has long sat at the heart of sushi culture. However, while sushi apprenticeships still last years and men still dominate the sushi kitchen, today Tokyo’s sushi scene is experiencing unprecedented change.
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