August 2018 (Vol. 32, No. 8)

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With more than three decades of experience, Chef Nobu has created a cool and comfortable haven at Fuji Japanese Cuisine and Sushi Bar for enjoying some of the best in Japanese culture and cuisine. By Donna Leahey Photos by Sarah Eliza Roberts

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There are so many things to love about sushi. It’s healthy, it’s edible art, it combines flavors and colors and textures into adventuresome mouthfuls. It’s great for making a special occasion even more special, a quick, light lunch, or an evening sharing an experience with friends. Fuji Japanese Cuisine and Sushi Bar is Tulsa’s oldest sushi bar. Masanobu Terauchi, known as

Chef Nobu, opened Fuji in 1986 and still comes in every morning to make the sushi rice. With more than three decades of experience, Chef Nobu has created a cool and comfortable haven for enjoying some of the best in Japanese culture and cuisine. Fuji is tucked away in a strip mall at the corner of 71st Street and Memorial Drive. A stroll across the green lawn gives