Japanese Restaurant Shops Now Open in Tokyo as the Trump Administration Bans Food & Wine Festival

Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced the opening of five new sushi bars in Tokyo, including two restaurants in the former home of President Donald Trump. 

The first is a new sushi bar called Yumura, with a sushi bar in its main dining area.

It will offer a wide selection of sushi and an array of beverages and snacks. 

Next to the restaurant is a restaurant called the Yumuro-gumi, which will be offering a sushi and beer garden in the main dining room. 

Yumura’s owner, Masaaki Yamanaka, told Newsweek he plans to serve a variety of sushi including shishito and kobe, and he is opening a new dining area next door to the new restaurant to cater to the guests. 

At the bottom of the block, another new sushi restaurant called Takashi will offer shishitake and miso ramen.

The chef will also be bringing a large variety of dishes. 

“The goal is to make the sushi restaurant better than what we had before, and I’m going to make sure that I’m doing that,” Yamanakas said. 

One of the biggest changes will be the opening date of the restaurant in 2019, and the second restaurant in 2020. 

I have been waiting a long time for this opportunity.

The opening date has been pushed back by two years and the first restaurant has been delayed to 2021, according to a statement from the Japanese Foreign Ministry. 

This year, Trump banned the importation of Japanese food products and Japanese wine. 

It has also been announced that the president has also decided to ban the use of any of the countrys own products for military purposes. 

Trump’s order was the culmination of a decade of pushback from Japanese consumers, who have long complained of Japanese products being overly processed, overpriced and not prepared to be enjoyed in their home. 

In 2016, Japanese President Akihiko Nakamura asked Trump to end the ban, but the order was lifted in January 2017.