In Japan, a nation where sushi is one of the most prized delicacies, Jiro Ono is one of Tokyo's most respected and acclaimed sushi chefs. At the age of 85, he operates an exclusive sushi restaurant, Sukiyabashi Jiro, with a long waiting list for reservations (the restaurant has a mere ten tables and a typical meal costs $300) and a prized three star rating from the Michelin restaurant guide. Perfecting the art of sushi has been one of Ono's obsessions since he was a young man, and filmmaker David Gelb offers a delicious look into his life and work in the documentary Jiro Dreams Of Sushi. In the film, Ono discusses his unhappy childhood, his early days in the restaurant game and his techniques and philosophies about his chosen dish; he also interacts with fish dealers and his two sons, who are both gifted chefs who live and work in their father's shadow. Jiro Dreams Of Sushi was an official selection at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi - SideReel Review
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