Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Very few people nowadays dedicate their lives to studying and mastering a craft. The incredible documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi follows a man who did just that. Jiro owns a sushi restaurant in Japan that is world renowned for the quality of the product, the dedication of the apprentices who study under him, and the esteem he’s garnered from being a disciplined master of his craft.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi is streaming on Netflix and I cannot recommend it enough. Word to the wise: have some sushi on hand while you watch. You’re gonna need it.


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2 responses to “Jiro Dreams of Sushi

  1. Oh! I watched this movie a few weeks ago…and LOVED it! I plan on doing a post inspired about it for Food ‘n Flix (http://foodnflix.blogspot.com) sometime next year. 🙂

  2. Had to pop over and check out your blog after following each other on Twitter, and was very pleased to see this. Have just ordered this on Amazon to put in the Christmas drawer for my husband (v intelligent present, as I really want to see it!) I’m a huge sushi fan, and cannot wait to see his commitment and artistry – it sounds wonderful.

    Looking forward to reading through your archives!

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