How to Learn to Talk About Sushi

How to learn to talk about sushiDo you love sushi? Are you heading to Japan (like our editor is this weekend)? If so, you might want to check out Sushi University’s Sushi Visual Dictionary. It’s a simple page that has a photo and the English and Japanese names for many types of the stuff. And clicking a photo brings up the name in Japanese characters, which might help if you end up at a restaurant that doesn’t have an English menu. The dictionary also gives a full description of each as well as the regions it’s produced in and the time of year to get it. Personally I’m not a fan but my wife is (she’s the one who turned me onto this website).

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