Omakase serves a style of sushi called Edomae sushi, Edomae which in Japanese derives from Edo = old name for Tokyo, mae = close.
This is the highest form of the art of sushi where the Itamae (chef) seeks to exploit the produce
they finds in their vicinity, and then present it as pure and simplistic as possible, as so to
enhance the natural flavour and texture of the produce.
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