The ornate Ginza sushi and sashimi platter features such delicacies as blue fin tuna belly, sea urchin and baby yellowtail. (April 21, 2012) (Credit: Johnny Simon)
Long Island's Japanese restaurants range from the modest sushi joint to glitzy showstoppers. Here are three that definitely fall into the second category.
Near Sunrise Mall, on a former Sizzler site, this temple rises: opulent, angular, eye-catching, down to the cascading aluminum chains. Recommended: miso black cod, teriyaki-glazed meatballs and sushi/sashimi...
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