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  • - Seven years ago, we got our first taste

  • of high-end sushi, and we did the video

  • Best Sushi in Japan.

  • - Okay, so we're doing one for sushi.

  • (gentle piano music)

  • - Oh, it's so good.

  • Oh! - It needs some sad song.

  • - We haven't been able to get in since.

  • It's been seven years, finally we have an opportunity.

  • Let's enjoy this one more time, everybody.

  • - Sushisho Masa. - Mmm.

  • (mellow hip hop beat)

  • - Mmm.

  • You're right.

  • - [Chef Oka] Japanese, satori

  • - Very Polish.

  • Yep.

  • I feel like a true Polack right now.

  • - [Martina] Yeah, do you?

  • Is it the best you've every had?

  • - Needlefish.

  • The satori black fish.

  • - [Martina] Sayori I haven't had this since...

  • Mmmm, okay.

  • I know what's happening here,

  • we're leading into the cut,

  • and this tastes like the squid of the fish world.

  • So sweet, great chew,

  • no fish aftertaste so this is the next up,

  • is gonna be, ika.

  • Wow, I'm loving this.

  • - [Simon] So many, wow.

  • (funky jazz beat)

  • - [Chef Oka] Try this one.

  • - All right.

  • Look at all that wasabi in there.

  • We were amazed the first time we had this.

  • There's so much wasabi in here

  • but you barely taste it.

  • Mmm.

  • That's very good, very good.

  • And very very good. - Is it bueno?

  • - Very bueno. - Very bueno.

  • So much put down like, hands are shaking,

  • no, I'm going for it. - Yeah atta girl.

  • - Mmm. - Mmhmm?

  • - Okay, I see what's happening here.

  • So normally,

  • Bonito has like quite a fishy taste,

  • not as fishy as saba, but it's like pretty there,

  • you're like wow, it's bonito, I'm here,

  • ready to start right?

  • But the garlic and the shoyu together

  • like almost totally neutralizes that fishy taste.

  • The weight of, like ginger, normally acts for saba,

  • it's so smooth and wild

  • it's like beginning your tuna journey straight up fresh

  • because this is, we're riding into,

  • it's tuna, it's just like, lower-end version,

  • so we're gonna be making our way ducky

  • into your favorite stuff.

  • Right, which is Chu-toro and riding forth--

  • - Okay girl this is a minute.

  • - Oh my God. - Some of my own piece--

  • - Just like the last time. - Just let me eat, please,

  • - [Martina] It's the same, it's exactly the same.

  • You'll know what I mean.

  • See what I'm saying?

  • Do you see any of that fishiness?

  • No.

  • - The garlic is so great with it.

  • - Isn't it incredible? - It's perfect with it,

  • just perfect.

  • - [Martina] And we have perfect beer timing.

  • - Absolutely beautiful.

  • - Delight, is what I-- - Look at this.

  • Oh my God. - What a nice cut.

  • - Beautiful. - Look at the color

  • of radiance.

  • - This is, I've had chutoro before,

  • it's one of the best pieces I've ever had,

  • I can't wait to see what it's like now,

  • I'm drooling.

  • (romantic music)

  • (romantic music)

  • - [Martina] I knew it.

  • - Break my heart,

  • break my heart it's like Oscar-winning,

  • cry at a movie, I love Chutoro, yes.

  • - It's a cotton candy fish, right?

  • - [Simon] Yep.

  • - Gone, David Blaine, I didn't do any work,

  • I took like two bites and it was just gone.

  • - Mhmm. - Geez,

  • I gotta learn how to chew slower.

  • But just so wonderful and delicate and soft right?

  • It's got a lobstery vibe, let me tell you.

  • - [Simon] Oooh.

  • - Not as sweet as some other shrimp,

  • but meaty taste that comes with lobster.

  • - Ah that's exciting. - It's good.

  • - That's exciting. - It's really good,

  • really like, that's why it's still I think really red,

  • because I think he said he partially broiled it.

  • - I do love eel,

  • it is my favorite seafood in the whole (quack) world.

  • (duck quacking)

  • - [Martina] You're in my gook, see your best dreams.

  • (romantic music)

  • - It's like mashed potatoes.

  • I love it, I forking love mash potatoes.

  • Look like mash and like potatoes,

  • I feel like a kid again, I love this.

  • - [Martina] Excuse me,

  • Is that your jam?

  • - Mmm.

  • Ine,

  • this is, motherducking good shit right here.

  • Oh!

  • - One thing I've learned-- - Someone said a bad word.

  • This is your only video for the world.

  • - This is my video piece for my

  • local neighborhood sushi shop

  • and see it elevated like this makes my heart sing.

  • - [Martina] Oh my gosh you're right,

  • because normally in Nishi-Ogikubo

  • so in Nishi-Ogikubo Statioj there's a

  • sushi place called Nigi Nigi,

  • and this is the first time we ever had this there.

  • - We always get that-- - But we've never had it

  • outside of there.

  • - I fucking love torutaku

  • so happy to have it here.

  • - Yay!

  • It's gonna be bold, but no challenge at all.

  • - [Simon] Just wonderful isn't it?

  • Just so wonderful.

  • - It's like, did you wanna taste salty, sweet,

  • savory, soft, melty, texture,

  • did you want all those in one bite?

  • We got the thing for you.

  • Wow.

  • - [Simon] Let's go for it.

  • - Mmm.

  • You're gonna love this piece.

  • - [Simon] I'm very hungry.

  • - [Chef Oka] It's a baby barracuda.

  • - [Simon] Baby barracuda?

  • Oh wow.

  • - [Chef Oka] This one was not on the menu.

  • - Yeah!

  • - [Martina] Right?

  • - That's great, absolutely great.

  • I'm so happy here.

  • - [Martina] The time has come.

  • - I've loved my time here, it's very good,

  • we gotta come back.

  • Hi everyone, it's after midnight

  • and we had a very good time.

  • I truly feel like now I appreciate this

  • so much more than before.

  • The first time I had it I was just amazed

  • that there was so many new flavors

  • and even today after going to many high-end sushi places,

  • I was still amazed with all the new stuff I learned today.

  • It's still just as amazing as before, I love it,

  • I'm not gonna come here once every seven years,

  • I'm gonna come here regularly.

  • Sushiso Masa, mwah,

  • thank you so much, this was amazing.

  • I loved it!

  • That's the end of my video,

  • it's 12:40, I have not been out this late

  • in a long time.

  • - [Martina] So we've been eating since nine--

  • - It's way past my bedtime,

  • and I am ready to go to sleep,

  • too old for this!

  • Please!

  • - [Martina] Too old for sushi?

  • - I'm too old to be awake past midnight,

  • I am not in my pajamas and it's after midnight.

  • What is going on?

  • Why am I wearing pants?

  • It doesn't make sense.

  • - [Martina] I think it's time to face it!

  • (duo laughing)

  • You're not as young as you used to be

  • Oh

  • - [Simon] For real, I am actually amazed

  • that we like this place as much now as we did before,

  • if not more so than before.

  • If you want to see that video,

  • make sure you click on the link here.

  • You could see how our quality has changed.

  • Otherwise if you want a full sushi playlist,

  • we've got lots of great places,

  • click on this right here.

- Seven years ago, we got our first taste

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