Japanese restaurant serves gigantic sushi [VIDEO]
If you love sushi and are free for a trip to Japan’s Aichi Prefecture, don’t forget to drop by The Umewaka Restaurant in Anjo City, which is famous for serving arguably the world’s largest sushi dishes.
Umewaka’s gut-busting servings are large enough that most people can’t finish their meal in one sitting. For example, their giant sushi roll contains 24 different ingredients wrapped inside 2 meters of seaweed and rice. It costs 15,000 yen (about $196) and requires a reservation 2 days in advance.
I love Japanese cuisine, so much. Okonomiyaki, gyoza, nikujaga, and especially sushi. Now watch how these chefs make these super-sized goodies: