Posts Tagged ‘Japanese’

Promo poster for documentary film to be shown Feb. 10

‘And Then They Came for Us’ Documentary and Panel Sunday, Feb. 10

In 1942, a federal executive order changed the lives of 120,000 Japanese Americans—taking them from their homes and placing them in distant internment camps for the balance of World War II. Their constitutional rights were violated for no other reason than their Japanese heritage. Many lost their homes, farms and businesses. “It was a failure…

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Delectable Dishes at Adachi

Esther Allweiss Ingber shares her favorite dishes at Adachi. By Esther Allweiss Ingber, Contributing Writer Photos via Adachi’s Facebook My friend Dave took me to a wonderful Japanese restaurant, new to both of us, for my belated birthday lunch. Adachi by Michael Schlow is the official name of the James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur’s…

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sushi roll

Danny Raskin: From the Land of the Rising Sun

Find authentic Japanese cuisine at New Yotsuba. Ethnic dining continues its tremendous advances in restaurant openings … and among those that have been receiving rave notices is one already considered among Michigan’s finest. It was very good before … among the best … but according to regulars it has gotten even better in many of…

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Edamame Sushi Nu-Asian Kitchen

Edamame Sushi Nu-Asian Kitchen

It’s time I mentioned one of my favorite places for lunch or dinner: Edamame Sushi Nu-Asian Kitchen in Madison Heights. As might be expected, the sushi is fresh and delightful, prepared by chefs at a sushi bar. But sushi is only the start on Edamame’s menu. Business partners Eddie Bautista and Noel Cabrera, both of…

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