I spent a week in Tokyo, and while I enjoyed the Japanese cuisine and the people, I also had to admit that the bomb-sheltering service at the Shinjuku Shinjitsu is definitely not for the faint of heart.
I’m sure many other Japanese will find the Japanese bomb-sniffing service to be a lot of fun, but I’m a big fan of bombshell sushi.
And in my humble opinion, it’s one of the best sushi restaurants in the world.
And while I’m not a big sushi fan, I’m certainly a big sucker for a spicy, bomb-heavy dish.
So, when I heard about a new Shinjutsu sushi restaurant in Tokyo that was serving up some very unique sushi, I was instantly intrigued.
The name of the restaurant is Shinjutsushi, which translates to Bomb Sniffing Restaurant, but the actual restaurant itself is Shin-jutsu, which means “bomb-snail.”
The first thing that struck me about Shinjitsushi was that it was a Japanese themed restaurant, so there was a huge Japanese flag on the front of the building.
The restaurant was also in a very quiet part of Shinjikis neighborhood.
When I walked into Shinjetsushi, the kitchen looked very empty.
A sign that read “bomb snail” hung on the wall.
And inside the restaurant, I found a few interesting things.
There was a giant bomb-screws, a Japanese style sushi roll that was served with a small spoon, and a big, large, spicy bomb.
I couldn’t tell you what the bomb looked like, but it looked pretty damn spicy.
I also noticed that one of their sushi rolls looked like it was made of bamboo.
Shinjutsashis Japanese style bomb rolls (left), and a sushi roll made of a bamboo skewer (right).
Shinjans sushi roll looks pretty spicy.
The bomb roll itself was quite large, and the sushi roll was also quite large.
The only thing that I was really excited about was that they had a limited number of rolls available.
If you were looking for a big bomb roll, they had about five, and if you were going for a small bomb roll like I was, you were probably looking at about four.
The menu offered three different types of sushi rolls, with the biggest being the big, spicy roll, and it was served in a large bowl.
I ordered the big roll, which was a spicy Japanese roll with a ton of spice.
The flavors were all very well balanced.
And of course, the bomb roll was big.
(Click on the photos to enlarge) I was surprised to see that they offered a variety of sizes of bomb rolls.
The larger size had a lot more meat on it than the smaller size, and that’s a good thing.
It’s a bit more crunchy and crunchy-ish than most bomb rolls, and I love that.
And the spicy roll was probably the highlight of the entire menu.
As for the food, I actually really enjoyed the sushi.
They had some pretty unique and interesting flavors, but at the same time, I really liked the spicy bomb roll.
The spicy roll itself had a ton and a lot, but there was also a lot and a little meat on top.
(Click the photos for full size) It was a really nice spicy roll with some meat on the top.
Shinjitsushis menu is filled with spicy flavors.
I loved the big sushi roll.
There’s also a small, sweet roll that they’re serving, which is basically the same thing as the big one, but slightly softer and less crunchy.
And the big spicy roll that I ordered was very delicious, and very spicy.
It was really good.
It was actually really hard to find the small, soft bomb roll in the Shinju sushi shop, so I ended up ordering the large spicy roll.
This was actually the one that I ended with, because I was in a rush and the large roll was more of a challenge to get, but when I got the large one, I couldn´t resist.
The large spicy bomb is a lot bigger than the small one.
And then, I ordered a sushi plate.
This one was just a normal sushi plate, but they’re still serving a lot.
I’m a huge fan of spicy food, so this sushi plate was really something special.
I just loved it.
They even serve a spicy sauce.
I love spicy sauce!
I’m really partial to spicy sauces, so the spicy sauce was definitely on point.
The sauce is really nice and creamy, and really adds a lot to the flavor of the sushi, so it really complimented the spicy rolls really well.
This is also where I really enjoyed my visit to Shinjiesushi.
I ordered a couple of their “g