How Master Sushi Chef Kashiba Brought Sushi to Seattle — Omakase

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When sushi chef Shiro Kashiba came to Seattle nearly 50 years ago, there was none of the classic Edomae-style sushi that he loved and learned to make in Japan. Opening the first sushi counter in Seattle at the legendary restaurant Maneki, he then went on to help grow the popularity of Edomae sushi in the Pacific Northwest.

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