There are a lot of sushi lovers around the world. On June 18, is International Sushi Day. The day became popular via Facebook back in 2009, International Sushi Day is a time to enjoy their favorite sushi dish.
Sushi is a traditional, Japanese food that’s made from rice, salt, sugar, vinegar various types of raw fish. On International Sushi Day, there will be restaurants all over the world serving up the best tasting sushi dishes, some even for free on June 18.
Sushi started in Japan dating back to 8th century, but didn’t really get introduced in the U.S. until the 1950’s and 60’s. Now you can find terrific sushi restaurants all around the world.
Katsuya by Starck is run by master sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi. This upscale restaurant is located in the SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Now you can dine in luxury style and enjoy a one-of-a-kind sushi experience in Las Vegas. Katsuya by Starck features a wide selection of unique Japanese flavors, including unique rolls and incredible sushi and sashimi platters.
On International Sushi Day, Katsuya by Starck in Las Vegas is the place to be for shushi lovers. Enjoy master chef Katsuya’s signature Omakase Geta. This dish is a wonderful sushi display that features the finest cuts of sushi and sashimi, along with premier selections of the day. The price is $175 per person.
Enjoy International Sushi Day at your favorite sushi restaurant. If you happen to be in Las Vegas, be sure to dine at Katsuya by Starck at the SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Return often to follow our luxury blog for food and luxury travel tips and industry news.
Photo: Katsuya at SLS Las Vegas