The most popular style is Nigiri Sushi made by hand, with thin slices of raw fish, shellfish, and prawn, on top of vinegared rice, with Wasabi horseradish. Usually Nigiri Sushi is dipped into soy sauce, but in recent years simple garnishes are also loved such as native salt, Japanese citruses of Yuzu or Kabosu, and ginger julienne, which all enhance the flavor of fresh seafood. Also, lightly charcoal grilled fish with a touch of salt gives good aroma to the sushi.
Try Nigiri Sushi in different parts of Japan, such as Tokyo, Kanazawa, Hiroshima, etc. In addition to the well known tuna, shrimp, and scallop, locally caught seafood will be used.