Many people consume sushi without ever considering the art of the tradition, the rich cultural heritage behind the techniques, or the years and years it takes chefs to come close to mastering the craft of something that’s consumed in seconds.
Daisuke Nakazawa is a chef who certainly appreciates all of the above, mainly because sushi has been his life’s dedication.
He trained with Jiro Ono in Tokyo and featured on the world famous Jiro Dreams of Sushi documentary, and in the video below produced by Tasty, Nakazawa explains just what it took him to start his story into the world of sushi.
Nakazawa now runs the Sushi Nakazawa restaurant in New York and it’s fascinating to hear from a chef who has dedicated his entire life to the pursuit of sushi perfection.
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