1. Sit at the bar and order directly from the sushi chef
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  2. Start with sashimi, then order nigiri sushi, then a roll
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  3. Ask for fresh wasabi
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  4. If there are blackboard specials, focus on those. Branch out and try unusual items.
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  5. Don't mix the wasabi into the soy sauce - just place a dab on top of the fish
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  6. Ask for one order at a time, and eat each piece of nigiri sushi in one bite
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  7. End with tamago - layered, lightly sweet omelet. Excellent tamago is one of the marks of a great sushi chef.
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