Katsu Nakaji at the omakase at House of Ronin in Milan
Milan loves Japanese food, an ancient and wide culture that is easily summed up in just one aspect: sushi. It would be a bit like thinking that Italy is mostly about pizza, China about spring rolls, the US about burgers and so on. But this time sushi is the real focal point in the latest offer from group Salva tu alma, owners between Via Canonica and Via Vittorio Alfieri of House of Ronin, the sum of multiple restaurants, spreading over four floors under the same roof.
Translated into English by Slawka G. Scarso
Restaurants from all the world told in Il Giornale by Paolo Marchi from February 1994 to the winter of 2011. And since the spring, for the readers identitagolose.it
born in Milan in March 1955, at Il Giornale for 31 years dividing himself between sports and food, since 2004 he's the creator and curator of Identità Golose.