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"Rice" and "Fish" are the two basic ingredients when you
talk about Japanese cuisine and culture.
Sushi is the combination of rice and fish.
Sushi's first appearance in Japanese history was recorded
in the eighth century(Yoro Code). At that time it was not
the taste as much as its ability to be kept for long periods
through the fermentation and salting process.
Nigiri-sushi we see today started in the nineteenth
century(Edo era).
"I want to eat Sushi quickly and conveniently."
Sushi served from food stalls became a big hit, by
meeting the need of "Edokko", fast paced Tokyo clientele.
At this time, sushi chefs became very creative and
competitive inventing the sushi toppings we know today.
Sushi symbolizes the best of craftsmanship and Japanese
Let's feel like a true-born Tokyoite and enjoy Sushi!

What's New

Version 1.2

support for iOS6.

Ratings and Reviews



I'm a sushiholic. Seriously. I've been addicted to it for the past 30 years (and no, I haven't checked my mercury levels; if the sushi does me in, at least it was a delicious way to go). This app contains some of the most beautifully photographed nigiri sushi found anywhere, complete with thoughtful descriptions of each including Kanji, season, preparation, taste description, and pics of the fish whole. The creators of this app have created an exquisite gift not only for those for whom sushi is an essential part of life, but for those new to the sushi experience. If only all apps were written as thoughtfully and engagingly as SushiCulture, the world would most certainly be a happier place; the fact that the app is free proves its creators are more gods than programmers. I feel greedy asking for future updates, but that's the only thing that could improve the experience. Thanks for the excess salivation, SushiCulture! :)

great thumbnails, but no high-quality full-sized pics


This app has a lot of potential, particularly on the iPad. The left side of the screen is the index, which has thumbnails of what appear to be scans from a book? Click on a thumbnail, and you see the full-sized version on the right -- a piece of sushi, name in Japanese, name in English, and a description. Exactly what you'd want, BUT the full-sized version is just the thumbnail enlarged, so the text is blurry and unreadable. If the developers would simply include full-sized versions as well and use those on the right, this would be a very helpful app!

Then my next request would be further sorting methods. Right now the sushi are sorted by...? Name in Japanese? However, for us English speakers sorting by type or name in English would also be helpful alternatives.

I hope to see another version soon!

It doesn't work.


iPad 1, 16gb. This program fails to start, every time. The app support isn't in English, so it's less helpful than you might expect. Still, it's free, so all I wasted was time as opposed to money.


27.5 MB
Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2010 DUO PRODUCTION Co.,Ltd.


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