Sushi in Shimokita Peninsula

The bright-green building housing Kaikyōsō looks more like a hardware store than a purveyor of fine raw fish, but don't be fooled: you're in the exact right place for fresh tuna. Try the maguro-don (tuna sashimi over rice) with thick, melt-in-your-mouth cuts of akami (lean red meat), chū-toro (medium-grade fatty tuna) and ō-toro (top-grade fatty tuna).

If you've come this far, you may as well go for the good stuff…