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010-65007939, 010-64164861
Mon 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Tue 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Wed 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Thu 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Fri 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Sat 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Sun 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Lunch:200 yuan Dinner:500~600 yuan
010-65007939, 010-64164861
周一 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周二 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周三 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周四 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周五 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周六 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周日 11:30 ~ 14:00, 17:30 ~ 22:00
白天:200元 夜间:500〜600元
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Midorikawa Sushi is one of the most popular sushi restaurants in Beijing. Located in Sanlitun, the trendiest area in Beijing, it is a Japanese restaurant mainly serving sushi and sashimi. It is known for offering fresh fish from Japan as well as other fresh seasonal items. The restaurant has a large refrigerator specifically for sake in order to carefully control the storage temperature, and serves delicious sake.

There are many differences between preparing food in Japan and China; however, this restaurant employs creative measures, in terms of sourcing ingredients, storage and serving methods, to maintain authentic flavors, paying special attention to water. Unlike soft Japanese water, Chinese water is hard. It is impossible to recreate the flavors by preparing the food the way it is done in Japan; cooking methods are adjusted to accommodate the hard water. As some flavors can only be created with soft water, the restaurant uses a special water called “naturally adjusted water.” As Japanese cuisine is sometimes referred to as “water cuisine,” they are aware of the fact that water is a significant component of the cooking style and particular about rice. The length of time the rice is submerged in water depends on the season and the day’s weather. Yoshiteru Midorikawa, the executive chef, personally handles the entire rice preparation, from cooking it to making it into sushi rice (shari).

“We are strict about the authentic flavors of Japan. We use high-quality ingredients from Japan to reproduce the authentic flavors as best as we can. We will continue to make sushi in this way.” Mr. Midorikawa, who has an artisanal spirit and a stoic approach to his job, is popular not only among Japanese people but also Chinese and Western people.




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