【QUIZ】The 7 Best Sushi For You

By choosing your favorite movie, you will learn which sushi is best for you.

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Naoki Yoshioka
Naoki Yoshioka

XAMOSCHi Chief Editor

Establisher of tempo, Inc. a web production company. Naoki has been in the web industry ever since he established the company in 2000. He specializes in tech, culture and also loves international movies and literature. Naoki is also keen on studying old Japanese material arts (Sousuishiryu-Kumiuchi-Koshinomawari: Seirenkan and Aikido: Aikikai) and continues his training until today.

There are many kinds of sushi, so you may have a hard time choosing what to eat.
Well, this quiz if for you! Just answer a few questions, and you will know the best sushi for you!

 

The 7 Best Sushi For You

Ikura(salmon roe)

Ikura(salmon roe)

With the birght red color and unique texture of these shining little drops, it is one of the most recognizable sushi. You must be very unique if you like this sushi. Not only unique, but as infatuating as ikura’s salty taste.

Toro(fatty tuna)

Toro(fatty tuna)

The most well known sushi is Toro. With high demand for its sweet, juicy flavor, it has become expensive. The conservation of tuna is now a big issue, so people are considering farm-raised tuna.

Calfornia Roll

Calfornia Roll

This is the collaboration of America and Japan! The Japanese were surprised when a new sushi was invented in America, but now you can see this creation throughout Japan. Since it doesn’t contain raw food, it is good for a beginner.

Kakinoha-zushi

Kakinoha-zushi

Place salted picked mackerel on vinegar rice, wrap it up with a persimmon leaf, and you have Kakinoha-zushi. It might be different from the sushi you imagine because it is prepared for preservation. These days, it is often sold at the station to eat in the train, not at sushi restaurants.

Tamago(egg)

Tamago(egg)

You might wonder why people eat eggs at sushi restaurants. Originally, people mixed the egg with minced fish. Nowadays, people eat this sweeted egg with rice after having salty sushi to refresh their mouths.

Kohada(gizzard shad)

Kohada(gizzard shad)

Kohada is difficult to cook in because it is marinated in vinegar. Sushi experts often choose this to test a chef’s skill. It originated in Tokyo, so occasionally other cities don’t have Kohada.

Salmon

Salmon

Though it has less history, this sushi is becoming popular. Although it contains a choice cut of salmon, it is reasonably priced. All kinds of sushi restaurants can provide this distinguished fare to their customers.

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