Life crushes and crushes the soul, art and artist food remind you that you have one.
Daisuke Utagawa, a Japanese chef with a solid education in Tokyo, has opened, in recent years, five authentic Japanese restaurants in Washington D.C.
His international credibility (he is a consultant for food at the Japanese Embassy in Washington) allows him to curate a television program broadcast on Amazon Prime on the centrality of food as a support to interculturalism and to the integration between different countries. Food can be a means, an instrument, pleasant, to overcome any kind of barrier, even religious.
With these credentials, it’s hard to doubt that his restaurants aren’t authentically Japanese. Above all, let’s forget about sushi – All you can eat – to Italian style .
In the first restaurant opened by Utagawa – From Sushiko you will find a enforgettable sushi https://www.sushikorestaurants.com/ with a variety of unknown flavors, at least for those who, like me, are not a regular consumer of true Japanese cuisine.
I had never eaten Kobe meat sushi. (Meat of special cows raised and “massaged” manually in Japan.)
Daikaya http://Daikaya.com a restaurant where Ramen monopolizes the menu. An Exclusive Ramen, specialized in the Sopporo style from Hokkaido, a northern region of Japan. And noodles come directly from Japan. The chefs did a long training in Japan before they could work in this restaurant.
Bantam King: //www.bantamking.com/ informal Japanese cuisine based exclusively on chicken. Original place frequented mostly by young people.