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Sushi showdown: Women challenge one of Japan's male bastions

In this Aug. 3, 2015 photo, Yuki Chidui, sushi chef and manager at Nadeshico sushi restaurant, shows off a set of sushi she made at her all-women restaurant in Tokyo. Deeply rooted stereotypes such as the so-called “Edo-style” macho demeanor of sushi 

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Chef Koichi Kondo will be at the helm of things, teaching participants how to make Temak-Zushi, Bara-Zushi, Futo-Maki and more! The best part? You get to bring your sushi home.1:30pm. B-Side, The Collective, 7274 Malugay St, San Antonio, Makati. Free.

ICE audit closes Sushi Zushi restaurants

A Mexico City native and the son of a Japanese immigrant to that country, Tomita opened Sushi Zushi in 2001, according to Express-News archives. It has since become a statewide chain, and Tomita a well-known member of the San Antonio business 

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3, 2015 photo, Yuki Chidui, sushi chef and manager at Nadeshico sushi restaurant, shows off a set of sushi she made at her all-women restaurant in Tokyo. Deeply rooted stereotypes such as the so-called “Edo-style” macho demeanor of sushi chefs and belief that warmer body temperature of women leads to inferior taste have kept sushi preparation an almost exclusively male domain in Japan. But some women are out to challenge tradition and are learning the art of sushi at a time when the government is emphasizing a greater role for women to offset Japan’s shrinking workforce. In this Aug. 3, 2015 photo, Yuki Chidui, sushi chef and manager at Nadeshico sushi restaurant, cuts a cucumber roll to make a set of sushi at her all-women restaurant in Tokyo. Deeply rooted stereotypes such as the so-called “Edo-style” macho demeanor of sushi chefs and belief that warmer body temperature of women leads to inferior taste have kept sushi preparation an almost exclusively male domain in Japan. But some women are out to challenge tradition and are learning the art of sushi at a time when the government is emphasizing a greater role for women to offset Japan’s shrinking workforce. 3, 2015 photo, Yuki Chidui, sushi chef and manager at Nadeshico sushi restaurant, makes tuna sushi at her all-women restaurant in Tokyo. Deeply rooted stereotypes such as the so-called “Edo-style” macho demeanor of sushi chefs and belief that warmer body temperature of women leads to inferior taste have kept sushi preparation an almost exclusively male domain in Japan. But some women are out to challenge tradition and are learning the art of sushi at a time when the government is emphasizing a greater role for women to offset Japan’s shrinking workforce. 3, 2015 photo, Yuki Chidui, sushi chef and manager at Nadeshico sushi restaurant, holds rice to make sushi at her all-women restaurant in Tokyo. Deeply rooted stereotypes such as the so-called “Edo-style” macho demeanor of sushi chefs and belief that warmer body temperature of women leads to inferior taste have kept sushi preparation an almost exclusively male domain in Japan. But some women are out to challenge tradition and are learning the art of sushi at a time when the government is emphasizing a greater role for women to offset Japan’s shrinking workforce. 3, 2015 photo, Ayaka Kurogi, 19, left, an employee of Nadeshico sushi restaurant, chats with customers Masataka Nakayama, center, and Yoichi Okuda over the counter at the all-women restaurant in Tokyo. Deeply rooted stereotypes such as the so-called “Edo-style” macho demeanor of sushi chefs and belief that warmer body temperature of women leads to inferior taste have kept sushi preparation an almost exclusively male domain in Japan. But some women are out to challenge tradition and are learning the art of sushi at a time when the government is emphasizing a greater role for women to offset Japan’s shrinking workforce.

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Sushi Zushi president, founder presents Frost Distinguished Lecture April 22
08/22/15, via The University Of Texas At San Antonio

The event is free and open to the public. Born in Mexico City, Alfonso Tsuyoshi Tomita established Sushi Zushi, a chain of Japanese restaurants based in San Antonio, in May 2001. His career has included stints in retailing, education, publishing and most ...

Hot Rolls, Bitchin’ Bento Boxes at Sushi Seven
04/09/14, via San Antonio Current

Opened by a handful of the same chefs and brothers who helped establish Sushi Zushi’s eight locations across Texas (four of which are in San Anto), and a few business partners, Sushi Seven was first opened in Puebla, Mexico. The Stone Oak resto took a ...

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Sushi Zushi's "Joy of Sushi" philosophy is focused on guiding guests to discover traditional and unique Japanese cuisine. Through remarkably attentive service in an unintimidating environment, your taste buds are locked in for and exciting culinary journey.

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