The first thing you’ll notice about Lins is that it’s a Japanese-inspired restaurant.
The decor is simple and clean, with the sushi rolling being made of a simple wooden roll and a paper plate covered in sushi rice.
The sushi is a traditional, hand-rolled, fishy Japanese dish with a sweet and sour note.
But the sushi roll is a little more complex, and the rice on the plate is a bit thicker and chewy than you might expect.
The rice is actually a bit of a cheat: it’s made from the skin and meat of the fish, so it’s not actually cooked, and it’s thick and chewed up in the process.
It’s kind of like a traditional sushi roll with a little extra flair.
The restaurant’s chef, Yoshitaka Hoshino, has a knack for turning simple ingredients into amazing, mouthwatering dishes.
When he was a student at Kyoto University of Arts and Sciences, he began to think about sushi and thought, “If I make sushi, I might as well make something that tastes like sushi.”
So he created Lins as his first sushi restaurant.
Since then, the restaurant has become a staple of Tokyo’s dining scene, and Hoshin’s creations have become some of the best in the world.
One of the dishes on the menu is the sushi sushi roll made with the fishy skin, which has a sweet, sour note that’s reminiscent of sushi.
(Photo: Courtesy of Lins)