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Visiting Japan? Try an Edo-style sushi tour with an expert Interpreter

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Visiting Japan? Try an Edo-style sushi tour with an expert Interpreter

Are you planning a trip to Japan? Many visitors to our country wish to experience the cuisine of Edo-style sushi, but don't speak Japanese. We provide an interpreting service “sushiuniversity” to help tourists in Japan who do not speak Japanese, but wish to enjoy traditional Edo-style sushi in the Tokyo area.

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Wine Review - Mount Edward TED Pinot Noir 2017

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Wine Review - Mount Edward TED Pinot Noir 2017

This is soft, and velvet and as elegant as the label is eye catching. Ripe cherry and plum fruit, fresh and juicy, jostles with gentle oak and all this is brought together with a pinch of thyme. It is a bright and vivacious wine that needs no additional accompaniment to make it shine.

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Wine Review - OVR Old Vine Rosé 2018

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Wine Review - OVR Old Vine Rosé 2018

The wine is pale pink in the glass with extremely mild aromas of pear, lemon and grass. On the palate, the wine is tart with plenty of acidity and minerality. The finish is smooth, long, dry and creamy. This California Rosé was aged in neutral oak for 3 months with weekly lees stirring. The grapes included in this wine were hand-picked from some of the oldest vines in California.

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Wine Review - Uvaggio Vermentino 2016

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Wine Review - Uvaggio Vermentino 2016

Pouring the wine, this Vermentino has a light straw-yellow color in the glass with aromas of lemon, chamomile and grass. Tasting the wine, there are notes of citrus, green apple and honey. The acidity is well balanced and not overpowering with a buttery, mineral finish at the end. The folks at Uvaggio believe wine should be fun to drink. 

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Wine Review - Villa Pozzi Nero d'Avola 2017

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Wine Review - Villa Pozzi Nero d'Avola 2017

Villa Pozzi Nero d'Avola is a red wine from Sicily, Italy. We have been enjoying Nero d’Avola wines for some time now because they're so drinkable, approachable and food friendly. It’s a nice alternative to a Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, or Merlot and has a lighter mouthfeel. Besides, it's a delicious, underrated wine for less than $10.

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