A Japanese Take on American Sushi

A Japanese Take on American Sushi

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52 Responses

  1. JunsKitchen says:

    Thank you so much for watching and the support on patreon ( https://www.patreon.com/JunsKitchen )! Next video is going to be a normal recipe video and I used my drone again! The intro is already done and I think it’ll be one of my favorites so far! 🙂

    Japanese sushi focuses on “enjoying the pure flavor of ingredients that are in season (because that’s when the ingredients are in their best condition)” and American sushi seems to focus on “the combination of flavor.” Japanese sushi finishes with a little bit of soy sauce so you can enjoy how it brings out all the good flavors of ingredients, whereas American sushi can be very tasty and flavorful without using any soy sauce (instead using bunch of other sauces and spices and all kinds of toppings). I miss American sushi when I’m in Japan and I miss Japanese sushi when I’m in America! I love both Japanese sushi and American sushi. 🙂

  2. Betty Hu says:

    Whenever Jun posts, he’s trending 😍👌

  3. WaterNixi says:

    While I enjoy the “relaxed pace” videos much more, there is no doubt about the fact that this was done brilliantly – cooking, filming and editing. Also, loved the mayonnaise twirl. xD

  4. MountainRain says:

    Japan: *makes sushi*
    America: …
    Japan: …
    America: an American take on sushi
    Japan: a Japanese take on American sushi
    America: an American take on Japanese American sushi
    Japan: a Japanese-

  5. Dephy says:

    1:42 “And a dash of sass”

  6. Dephy says:

    1:42 Omg look at the paws!!!!!

  7. Victoria Collado says:

    I absolutely adore how he lets the cats smell everything first

  8. Nick van der Linde says:

    I liked this video before it even started😁🙃

  9. さとう さとう says:


    • 言峰キレイ says:


  10. Bryce says:

    Your humility goes a long way. Instead of simply denying American sushi as ‘wrong’, you try to find the appeal of it and duplicate it with your own style. Thank you, that means a lot.

  11. How To Make Sushi says:

    *Very nicely filmed sushi video*
    but you do need to get better avocados 🙂

    • Infamous Havoc says:

      @Zachary Bittner That I understand, but there’s way to counter it from browning too quickly with citric acid. Most common one is with limes. This observation is based on just my experience using the product.

    • SmokyBarret says:

      How To Make Sushi I actually liked that he took that imperfect avocado, since everything else he does seems perfect to me. Imperfection is perfection 😄

    • Justin Grafstein says:

      He lives on a freaking archipelago for christ’s sake, give him a break xD

    • tubbs atsume says:

      I like that he used those avocados. It’s still edible so he didn’t waste ingredients and always always finishes all the food he made in the end. Very admirable

    • Clickbait John says:

      How To Make Sushi the avacados are fine, u people are just high and you people need you’re avacado’s as ripe possible. Other wise on your case if you have a SINGLE bit of brown on you’re Avacado, it is a bad avacado then you can’t use it.

  12. Freddy 8 says:

    3:19 OMG the cat licking it’s lips 😍😍😍

  13. matchatae says:

    question is, did rachel have any?😂

  14. Monique H says:


  15. John The Guy Who Likes Cats says:

    Am I the only one who wants to know what Jun was listening to?

  16. みゅうちゃんねる says:

    にんにくを、手でつぶすのは痛いと思う( *´艸`)

  17. april00026000 says:

    Ok I’ve concluded that the only step I’m skilled enough to do from this video is twirling the mayonnaise around in a plastic bag (3:37) #wakemeupinside

  18. Veridian says:

    I came for the sushi and stayed for the cats

  19. Veridian says:

    Time to get some sushi from 7-11

  20. MariaGarcia281 says:

    If the cat’s not eating it that’s questionable!

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