Food + Drink

Edoboy and its Mills 50 standing-only sushi bar is less novelty and all quality

Upright sushi den's brigade

By Faiyaz Kara

Standing-only sushi stalls were the original fast-food joints of Japan, a phenomenon established in Edo (present-day Tokyo) in 1810 by the architect of modern-day nigirizushi Hanaya Yohei. Since then, many standing sushi spots have taken root near bustling transportation hubs in major Japanese cities to cater to the hurried and the hungry...

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