The Japanese chain will have a third shop, following the shutter of a Santa Monica store in 2009.
If there's any Westside restaurant in bad need of a twin, it's this crowded spot.
The organizers of "AsianModelPalooza" really want you to object to their extra-raw raw bar.
And now we have to try and solve this "culinary riddle wrapped in nori."
Yoko Isaji toured a West L.A. audience through the evolution of sushi, from its origins in Southern China to its days as street food.
Conveyor belt sushi could replace a less-than-stellar competitor in Little Tokyo.
Pressed stick sushi, leaf-wrapped sushi, and sushi in a box will be provided by an established Japanese restaurant during the event's two days.
If we don't want to eat this, are we being unpatriotic?
Where to buy a Japanese smart-toilet, skewered pork belly, Samurai epics, whole sculpin, discount uni, a plush Mario doll, Japanese pastries, and arguably the town's best bowl of ramen under one roof.
Is a restaurant named Soy Sauce Roll really going to appeal to anyone?
The all you can eat sushi and Japanese cuisine buffet will come closer to its central L.A. fans.
The Studio City sushi favorite will open on a Saturday for the first time in ten years.
The artistic sushi maker is only offering her beautiful omakase once a long soft-opening period comes to its end.
"Fish is very sensitive...when you eat something with radiation the people get sick," Nobi Kushuhara says.
A battle over bottling brews in Libya, while John Sedlar's latest restaurant gets a positive nod from The L.A. Times.
Owner Jay Oh plans to fight a lawsuit from what appears to be an opportunistic customer.
Sushi Sapporo opens in a Santa Monica space that once housed a similar restaurant.
Where to get authentic Mexican seafood, inexpensive goat tacos, and sushi specials on the southern end of this Westside street.
It should provide a dependable, if predictable foil to nearby Sushi Roku.
Wikileaks reveals aims for more modified frankenfood, while there's yet another listeria scare in our meat supply.