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RE: planning on visiting first time

Postby two_heads_talking » Sat 11.17.2007 2:45 pm

Harisenbon wrote:
two_heads_talking wrote:
Sushi, no matter where you get it won't be "cheap" but it is worth getting anyways.

What about 100円 sushi? I usually never eat more than 15 plates of that stuff.
While not cheaper than ramen, it is quite comparible.

I don't believe I knew about that. I assume it is 100 yen per piece (or rather one piece per plate?)

Honestly, I am not a fan of sushi that spins around in a circle. I like mine prepared right in front of me, where I can communicate with the craftsman.

Notice also I have "cheap" with tentens, to notate, quality as well as price. I find the sushi in a windmill places to not be as good quality.. but your mileage may vary.
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RE: planning on visiting first time

Postby AJBryant » Sat 11.17.2007 10:35 pm

I used to love my 450-yen-a-bowl chashuumen lunches. :)

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RE: planning on visiting first time

Postby Yudan Taiteki » Sat 11.17.2007 10:39 pm

100 yen for a plate (2 pieces), usually.

The sushi isn't the greatest in the world, but it's not that bad either. Personally I don't care about all that cultural "food as art" crap, I just want to eat some food. And 100 yen sushi is good enough for me.
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RE: planning on visiting first time

Postby alx123 » Sun 11.18.2007 12:01 am

Wow, that sushi is really cheap! :o comparing that to the sushi in Panama. Is expensive and is not that delicious.
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RE: planning on visiting first time

Postby tyle7 » Sun 11.18.2007 2:57 am

Yes, it is cheap. But it comes at a price. It's over a month since I last ate at a kaiten sushi, but i still occasionally find myself humming the "kappa sushi" jingle. ;)

"Kappa, kappa, kappapa, kappa kappa sushi"
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RE: planning on visiting first time

Postby Malfina » Sat 12.01.2007 11:10 am

All this talk about sushi and ramen is making me hungry! LOL ^_^
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