“Tokyo”- capitol of Japan, where gather thousand different type of traditional Japanse food, including Teppanyaki and Sushi.
“Tokyo Japanese sushi and steak house”, located in Elm Grove, where offers traditional and exotic Japanese cuisine including sushi, teriyaki, tempura and hibachi food. The staff is committed to serving the highest quality fish available in the market. Come enjoy your dinning in a casual and comfortable atmosphere with great service. And in here some tips can help you know more about there two traditional Japanese food.
“Sushi” In Japanese we called ” Nigiri “means “squeezed,” and refers to the shape of the pieces, which are hand-formed into small, oblong mounds of rice. That what normally when you sit at sushi bar you can clearly see it. put a small amount of wasabi to bring out the flavor of the fish and raw fish, seafood, cooked egg or vegetables. These are need highly skills to make; It could take many many years for a sushi chef to become a master of sushi..
“Sushi Roll “ We also called maki. The wrappers, called nori, are made from seaweed; other wrappings include soy paper and rice paper. Rolls with the rice on the outside are called uramaki. Regular sushi roll always cut in 6 pieces, but not every sushi roll. And Chef’s special roll always cut in 8-10 pieces.
“Sashimi” Sashimi is raw fish that is sliced, prepared and presented in what is considered one of the highest forms of Japanese cooking, because of the great skill required in preparing raw fish.
Hibachi-style of cooking is also known as Teppanyaki, is a type of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word “teppanyaki” is derived from teppan, which means iron plate, and yaki, which means grilled. Our Hibachi Main Dining Room has 6 Teppanyaki tables. Each table can accommodate up to 8-10 people. After you have enjoyed your soup and salad, Our Hibachi Chefs will provide you with an unforgettable and entertaining dining experience! For a large party gathering, our 2 hibachi table will fit up to 20 people, or you can reserve the entire Hibachi Dining Room!