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Once You're in Japan, You've Got to Try the Sushi!

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The Central Japan area is a treasure-trove of tasty natural bounty from the rugged land and the sea. This time we'll take a look at a favorite made from the fresh seafood of Central Japan: sushi!

When it comes to sushi in Central Japan, there's one place that just can't be overlooked, and that's the Omi-cho Market, dubbed "Kanazawa's kitchen"! Offering a full range of fish and other fresh food items, the market is one place where you can eat sushi made with top-quality ingredients at affordable prices. The region's fresh marine fare, buffeted by the rough surf of the Japan Sea, is delectable. Ishikawa Prefecture, where Kanazawa is located, also lies along the Japan Sea, and enjoys catches of richly flavored sashimi and sweet, succulent crab as well as sea urchin, salmon roe, and more...make tonight's dinner sushi!

In addition to mainstream sushi, you can also enjoy such regional variations as Fukui Prefecture's mackerel saba-zushi, masu-zushi of vinegared trout in Toyama Prefecture, and Gifu Prefecture's hoba-zushi, which features a medley of rice and sushi ingredients wrapped in magnolia leaves. Come enjoy the unique sushi to be had only in Central Japan!

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