Chirashi is a classic dish of sashimi pieces over a bed of sushi rice. It comes from the word 散らす (chi-ra-su) meaning “to scatter”, as in scattering fish bits all over the place. Some say that the origins of Chirashi come from wanting to get rid of extra, unattractive pieces of fish, after using the nice parts for sashimi or sushi.

This bowl consists of fresh ingredients like finely diced raw salmon, tuna, swordfish, surf clam, steamed prawn, ikura (salmon roe), tobiko (flying fish roe), cucumber, tamago and short-grained Japanese rice.

There is shoyu at the side and seasoning is kept to a minimum to retain the natural taste. You can add on chawanmushi and miso soup for $2.50

Definitely a satisfying bowl of Omega 3.