The anime kids hang out at Harajuku (Tokyo)
How fresh is your fish? Check out this fugu (puffer fish). Click on the image to see the video
The City of Austin
Austin Sushi News #46, January 2007
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Our usual group of spies, grifters, and thugs have provided subterranean sushi tidbits for this edition......
The (old) news that Austin may get a swanky "W" Hotel has heated up recently with news that their reps have been "talking" to various local sushi restaurants about partnering on the in-house sushi bar for the hotel. The "W" is expected to be built on Block 21 of the 2nd Street district.
Uchi is going to expand their current location with a sister restaurant (separate entrance, sushi bar, etc) that will be reservation-only and have about 40 seats. Name to be determined.
Sushi Geisha has taken over the location formerly occupied by Arirang and across from the former Sake On Sixth.
Did we mention that Krispy Kreme doughnuts have landed in Tokyo?
As you know, we've got fun branded clothing and goodies in our Cafepress store, but we now also have an Amazon A-store which is filled with Japanese cookware, foodstuffs, and other junk. Check it out here.
If you've been living in a cave, or living in Austin, you probably missed SushiMasters 2006, the mega-spectacular sushi-making contest in Sacramento, California, the heart of the U.S. sushi rice industry. No matter, we've got many photos for you to salivate over.
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