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This chirashi set costs $40. I find it rather expensive as the sashimi slices are rather thin although they do taste fresh (and cold). Some of the sashimi types include scallop, salmon, swordfish, and tuna. The sashimi had very little sweetness in it but I like how the fish roes aren't salty and went well with the rice. The salad dressing is a little salty while the miso soup tastes just right - not overly salty. There are also seaweed and tofu in the miso soup. At this price, there's many other
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This chirashi set costs $40. I find it rather expensive as the sashimi slices are rather thin although they do taste fresh (and cold). Some of the sashimi types include scallop, salmon, swordfish, and tuna. The sashimi had very little sweetness in it but I like how the fish roes aren't salty and went well with the rice. The salad dressing is a little salty while the miso soup tastes just right - not overly salty. There are also seaweed and tofu in the miso soup. At this price, there's many other more value for money chirashi don out there (the sashimi selection in this chirashi is not impressive as well). Once is enough!
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