j: Genki needs a strong PR team to make their re-opening positive and wipe out the negative images of the outbreak. Not their fault at all but folks at least for now, will associate Hep A w/ them. The press says the public have a short term memory for that kind of stuff but will Genki have the financial chops to weather it out until it gets to normal. -N
Looks really good! Maybe I'll go too.
N, very true . . . I wonder if they'll make it out okay.I enjoyed it, Aunty!
The close up pics of the sushi look so yummy! I'd go there. They have this in the PI, but definitely not up to par with good Japanese sushi.
Me and Dawn went 2 times last week. Both times had lots of people. We not scared. Haha. We'll be there for the 10% off!!
Susan, what about on Guam? Do you have sushi places there?Yay, Dean!!
SALMON SKIN !!!! YUMMMMM ......
Jalna, lotsa sushi places here. We frequent one of them. They usually win the title of best sushi place on the island. We should try the other smaller places though. We might find another gem : ) Sushi so expensive so we don't go as often as we want. When we went to Japan we found the 100 yen a plate sushi place and we took advantage, lol. We only spent about $25 for the 3 of us!!!
wow, i've never seen it that empty. I hope it gets busy again soon!
Dd, that was my favorite. I ordered it twice!Ho, SCORE in Japan, Susan!Les, Dean said that they've gone after they opened and it was crowded!
It must be my peasant blood, but I love musubi way more than sushi!
I loooooove musubi too, Lorna!
10% off...Hmmmm...Do you know I've never eaten there. This looks yummy, but I'm not supposed to eat carbs anymore. Sigh...
Actually, me too, Kay.
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