And every single person standing in line in the rain that day, kind of living a Travelife, seemed to be a regular who knew exactly what to do and what to order.
A SPECIAL CHIRASHI SUSHI
The top pick at this restaurant is a particular kind of chirashi sushi, which is slices of raw fish and seafood on top of rice, which is their specialty.
They only make 30 of these a day, so of course we wanted to try this at all costs.
We ordered ours as soon as we finally got two seats at the counter.
WE MADE IT TO THEIR QUOTA
Fortunately, I think we were around #25 so we were able to make it into their chirashi sushi quota for the day. The sushi donburi consisted of small pieces pieces of chopped up seafood that were then pre-mixed with soy sauce and a little sugar, before being placed on top of the rice.
So there was no need to add soy sauce, and you could just eat everything as is.
It certainly was very good, and worth the wait, on a cold and rainy Saturday morning last weekend in Japan, living a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.
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