* SUSHI PLATTER (using really FRESH FISH procured from the fish market just for this event and specially made by a ZAGAT-rated decent Japanese restaurant which will cost almost as much as the ticket price if you ordered it at the restaurant) * UNLIMITED Japanese beer and sake * TAIKO (Japanese Drums) Show performed by Philadelphia’s professional taiko team * Japanese traditional foods including “Okonomiyaki (Japanese pan cake)”, “Yakisoba (Japanese noodles)” and a variety of Japanese sweets and snacks
* We welcome ANYONE who is interested in this event (including people outside Wharton). * Kids are also welcome and elementary school students or younger will NOT be charged.
You will have each piece of the following five sushi (5 pieces of “nigiri”) + 2 pieces of California rolls. (note: “yellowtail” may change to “crab” or “egg”)
All fish will be really FRESH which is purchased exclusively for this event and be prepared by ZAGAT-rated Japanese restaurant.
Only one sushi platter is worth almost the ticket price (this is really true!). In addition, you can have unlimited beverages (including Sake and beer) and other Japanese food (including Okonomiyaki (Japanese Pizza), Yakisoba (Noodle) and more) as well. Also, don’t forget the cultural events!
ハマチ：Hamachi (young yellowtail). Not to be confused with yellowfin tuna, hamachi is a species of amberjack. It is rich, smooth, and buttery. The tail and cheek of the fish are considered the most delicious part and often put aside and cooked for special customers.
タイ：Tai(sea bream). Sea Bream is only available in Japan and the fish that Americans associate with Tai is porgy or red snapper. Porgy is closely related to sea bream, while red snapper is only in taste.
鮭：Sake(salmon). Salmon is perhaps the most easy fish to point out in the sushi case (other than octopus). It is never served raw in sushi bars, it is either cured with salt and sugar or smoked.
マグロ：Maguro(tuna). Tuna is the most popular fish sold to Americans. It is the fish that wins people over to sushi. It has a soft, meaty, clean flavor and tastes best in the winter
海老：Ebi (jumbo shrimp). Unlike ama ebi, ebi is cooked. Ebi is familiar to sushi newcomers and therefore easy to try.