Sushi Day celebrates one of the greatest classics of Japanese cuisine

The gastronomy of a nation has meanings that go beyond food, encompassing history, lifestyle, religiosity and tradition. Recipes go through the generations and harmonize with people so concretely that they become practically one. To celebrate one of the greatest classics of Japanese cuisine is celebrated on Thursday, November 1, the Day of Sushi.

Whoever believes that sushi was born in Japan, more specifically in Tokyo, is quite right, although at the time of its emergence, the best-known city in the land of the rising sun was not yet named. According to NippoBrasil Portal, the need to conserve fish was fundamental to the creation of sushi. “Due to lack of resources at the time, the fishermen wrapped the fish in a portion of rice, which when fermenting, sour and kept the fish for a longer time. Over time, the Japanese discovered that the combination rice and fish had a flavor This is how sushi was born, which means rice (shi) and acid (su) “defines the site.

And the relationships of this gastronomic delicacy from the East to the premium segment go far beyond the mere fact of being present in virtually every restaurant and luxury hotel. Sushi is a meal appreciated in all parts of the world, therefore, nothing more natural to the tourist sector than to celebrate this healthy gluttony offering the dish in the absolute majority of the international hotel chain.

In addition to being a desired option on the menu, sushi has also become a companion at all hours. It is possible to enjoy all its flavor at any time of day, in the company of friends, at parties and parties. If the Japanese are masters in the ability to respect schedules and rules, sushi allows everyone a full freedom, and the only requirement to meet is the wills of desire.