Sushi is a famous Japanese dish. It has become the most popular and trending food. It has fans not only in Japan but also in other countries. This is a healthy and delicious food.. This very famous Japanese dish is now in the Guinness Book of World Records. It is available in both veg and non-vegetarian variants. This dish is very expensive due to the ingredients used in it and the technique used for its preparation. But recently, a restaurant in Osaka, Japan offers the most expensive sushi in the world. If you want to eat it, you’ll have to set aside four to five months’ salary.
A restaurant called Sushi Kirimona offers ‘Kiwami Omakase’ with 20 pieces of sushi. It is priced at JP¥ 350,000. That means more than 2 lakhs in our currency. That is why it is the most expensive sushi in the world. Previously this record was held by Chef Angelito Arinata. Made in 2010 in 5 pieces, this sushi is decorated with diamonds and 24 carat gold leaves. The value of this sushi is Rs.1,63,540 in Indian currency. Freshly made sushi beats this record.
Why so expensive?
According to Guinness World Records, Kiwami omakase is made from all over Japan Made with carefully selected finest ingredients. Cooked following traditional methods.
What is used in it?
According to some news reports it contains pieces of nigiri. Thinly sliced raw fish is placed between balls made of rice. Others are made with raw fish without rice. Sliced sushi rolls are also served here. 20 pieces are served with different types of sushi. White Tail Fish, Belugaya Caviar, Shinko, Pacific Bluefin Tuna, Chum Salmon, Big Fun Reef Squid, Sei Whale Tail Meat, Murasaki Uni, Buffoon Uni, Steamed Abalone, Stripes of Futomaki, Waboro, Egg Fatty Tuna Belly, Medium Fat Tuna Belly , many types of fish are consumed such as lean tuna back. This sushi is sprinkled with gold leaves as the final touch.
In this, the rice used for sushi is from Akita Prefecture, which is used by Guinness Book of World Records officials. This sushi is so expensive because it has so many specialties.
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