International Sushi Day: June 18th

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International Sushi Day: June 18th
Photo courtesy of Sushi Roku

According to nationaltoday.com, June 18th is International Sushi Day, and the first year it was celebrated was in 2009. International Sushi Day was created for one simple reason – to encourage all around the world to eat and love more sushi. Fun fact: Southeast Asians developed the original type of sushi, which consisted of fish wrapped in souring, fermenting rice. The dish then spread to southern China before reaching Japan.

Why We Love Sushi (and International Sushi Day):

1. The Taste
Looking to have your mind blown? The possibilities are endless as you create your own combination of seafood, vegetables, seasonings and sauces and have your sushi your own way. Mmmmm.

2. It’s Very Healthy
It’s difficult to get much healthier than raw fish and veg. The rice maybe isn’t the healthiest food in the world, but the carbs in it will give your body the energy it needs. If you’re looking to lose weight and stay in great shape then sushi is the way to go.

3. Variety
You’ll never get bored as there are a plethora of things you can choose with sushi. Even if you don’t love everything on the menu you will find something that tastes great. For extra flavor and spice, use soy and wasabi to dip your your food in.

 
 
You can celebrate International Sushi Day early with half off all food at Sushi Roku in Scottsdale on Thursday, June 15, 2017. Even though International Sushi Day is on Sunday, June 18, Sushi Roku is rolling out a one-night-only dining deal a few days early, tempting sushi fans Valley-wide with 50% off all food. For instance, enjoy your choice of Sushi Roku’s famously fresh Signature Style Sushi all hand-rolled and sliced to order, such as the premium 8-piece Matsu omakase, or a chef’s choice selection of the finest sushi custom creations for only $21.50, normally $43.
 

But you don’t have to be a sushi lover, or even a fish fan to enjoy International Sushi Day at Sushi Roku. That’s because this stylish hot spot inside the W Scottsdale also serves up a full menu of Asian-style soup, rice and noodle dishes. Not to mention farm-fresh Garden items such as blistered Shishito Japanese Peppers and meaty Farm entrees such as Asian BBQ Short Ribs and decadently tender A-5 Japanese Wagyu Beef grilled over bincho charcoal ($32, normally $64).

Plus, keep the sushi party going all summer long with the return of Sushi Roku’s annual Summer Local Discount. Kicking off on the official International Sushi Day on Sunday, June 18, Arizona residents receive 20-percent off their bill all summer long through Labor Day on Monday, September 4, 2017. Offered Sunday-Thursday for dinner only, proof of residency is required and the offer does not apply to happy hour. It’s Sushi Roku’s way of saying arigato.

When:    International Sushi Day Party (5:30 – 10:30 p.m.) on Thursday, June 15, 2017

 Twenty percent off for all AZ residents valid Sunday, June 18 – Monday September 4, 2017                                                                         

Where:   Sushi Roku at W Scottsdale                                    

               7277 E. Camelback Rd.

               Scottsdale, AZ 85251

               480-970-2121

               www.sushiroku.com

Submitted by MMPR Marketing; additional information: nationaltoday.com

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