Sashimi

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Sashimi

Sashimi

When it comes to sashimi and sushi, some people equivocate the two. However, sashimi is the thinly sliced raw fish and sushi is the sashimi with the vinegared rice. Sashimi is often served as appetizers and first course meals at restaurants, especially those of kaiseki style. Sashimi is sometimes presented beautifully, forming flower petals with the delicate slices and garnished with daikon radish. Sashimi is dipped in soy sauce and most Japanese like to dab a bit of wasabi on the sashimi.

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Sushi dishes are presented to the customers on a conveyor belt

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