Tokyo overflows with sushi bars. From the cheapest sushi train joints chugging away with staple toppings such as, err, prosciutto and SPAM to bank account breaking high end dining experiences, you simply cannot not find a place where you can eat sushi.
Sydney's cupboard, on the other hand, is somewhat bare - at least when compared to its Japanese big sister. But we are not without hope here. I'll travel around Sydney, try out the sushi where I can find it and give you my expertly expert sounding opinion...
A note though. I believe sushi dining to be a whole package experience. For sure, the food and its quality & taste make up the bulk of any review but I also take into account the general ambience of the meal and its service. Authentic Japanese cuisine satisfies all of the senses and I'm looking for a sushi experience that respects that culinary tradition.