When i went to vancouver last year, i had the best sushi rolls i've ever tasted. Things like dynamite sushi were so appealing to the eye and so incredibly yummy. I heard that in Japan, sushi rolls are not that common.. they more prefer the sushi with raw fish on a bed of rice and they can be incredibly expensive.
Any luck i can try good sushi rolls in japan... although the restaurants in vancouver were opened by japanese people, i have a feeling those rolls are fusion style.
Also, I had my sushi rolls made from soy paper instead of seaweed as I can't really tolerate the iodine in the seaweed, is soy paper common in japan? Could i ask for this to be substitued?
I'll be visiting osaka/tokyo so any receommendations that would be fab!
Tsujiki fish market I've read has good sushi but I can't speak japanese so may be a problem with ordering.