California Roll Sushi

California Roll

“When I came to Vancouver, most Western people did not eat raw fish…and seaweed, so I tried to hide it. I made the roll inside out. People loved it. A lot of people from out of town came to my restaurant – lots from Los Angeles – and they loved it. That’s how it got called the California roll. I was against Japanese tradition with the inside-out roll, but I liked it, and my customers liked it. And so it spread all over – even into Japan.”

Hidekazu Tojo

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