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Japanese breakfast, considered the most important meal of the day, often includes soup, eggs, rice, fish, vegetables, fruit, and tea. The eggs may be served in the form of a rolled omelette.


Sushi has been eaten in Asia for centuries, but the delicacy is fairly new to America. In fact, it was not until the 1980s that sushi restaurants began to find success in the United States. The popularity of sushi in America is attributed partly to an increased interest in healthy eating.


Rice has been cultivated in Japan since 300 b.c.e. and has been a staple of the Japanese diet ever since. The Japanese word for cooked rice means meal. It was such an important commodity that at one time it was even used as currency.


If you are looking for a low-calorie seafood dish, consider a dish made with octopus. Octopus has a mild flavor, plus it is a high protein, low-calorie food that is rich in healthy nutrients like iron, taurine, calcium, potassium and selenium.


The two main titles for a sushi chef are Itamae and Shokunin. Whereas Itamae refers to a skilled sushi chef, Shokunin simply means someone knowledgeable of the profession.


When eating miso soup or clear broth in a Japanese restaurant, you may use your chopsticks to pick out any solid pieces and then drink your soup as you would a cup of tea.


The combination of rice and raw fish became an inexpensive fast food meant to cater to the busy streets of Edo, or Tokyo. One of the draws of this food was that the vinegar rice helped the fish, or sashimi, from spoiling too quickly.


The Gilbert and Sullivan operetta The Mikado fueled interest in Japanese food and culture in the latter part of the 19th century. The initial forays into the cuisine were simply Japanese-inspired versions of American food.


Green soybeans have a delightful crisp flavor, and they make the perfect light appetizer. Green soybeans also contain low amounts of fat and they are a good source of fiber, protein, iron, potassium and Vitamins C and A.


Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup, often served as an appetizer or with a small meal, which is made with a dashi soup stock - created from ingredients including seafood, vegetables and seaweed - combined with a miso paste and tofu or vegetables.


When a slice of cooked or uncooked fish is pressed by hand into a pad of rice, this is called Nigiri sushi. Always served in pairs, this type of sushi contains a hint of horseradish and is meant to be dipped in soy sauce.


Salmon is a heart healthy fish packed with omega-3 fatty acids. It is also loaded with protein, Vitamin C and A plus it contains small amounts of calcium and iron.


Proper sushi consumption involves adding wasabi directly to the soy sauce (rather than dabbing it onto the sushi rolls). More over, filling your soy sauce saucer to the brim is considered impolite.


Raw squid is a powerhouse of nutritious ingredients. Squid is an excellent source of selenium, riboflavin and Vitamin B12, plus it contains omega-3 fatty acids. It has a firm texture with a mild flavor that blends well with spices.


2400 Airport Fwy
Bedford, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 11am - 10pm
Thursday 11am - 10pm
Friday 11am - 11pm
Saturday 5pm - 10pm
Sunday 5pm - 9:30pm


(817) 545-4149


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