The tako was on the chewy side with a beautiful soft flavor. Eating pieces of octopus was something new a little soy sauce would give this piece of sushi the kick it needs.
Creamy and milky, weird textures and a little bit weird on the palate. But this sushi is light and balances out the saltiness of the soy sauce and the general saltiness of the other sushi.
This sushi should be the last one, it is like a dessert and is definitely sweet. The egg is cooked just fine and the rice certainly adds some depth to it. Dipping it in soy sauce would be weird but it works as well.
If Izakaya Kikufuji has its spicy toro, Nihonbashitei has the spicy toro maki. Garnished with a generous helping of panko and a dollop of spicy toro, this dish is absolutely divine. Wasabi is definitely optional since there's enough kick in this dish to not want for more.
This one was my least favorite, it had not defined taste and I felt like I was eating a very smooth but chewy piece of chicken. Dipped in soy sauce and wasabi did the trick but I quickly got bored and gulped it down as quickly as I could.
The beautiful color of the prawn/shrimp certainly makes this delectable and it actually is. The taste of the shrimp isn't lost even with the dip, just be careful with the tail though, you wouldn't want to swallow that down.
This sushi is the fatty part of the tuna it was like a cross between sashimi and...sushi. This piece is tasted best when it is lightly dipped and relished in ones mouth. Unlike the snapper this piece is soft, smoothy and fatty with the taste of the sea happening all at once. Thumbs up to this dish.