Sushi-themed restaurants in the US, Singapore, Japan and South Korea have been revealed in Hacker News

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Today, the company announced a series of restaurants in six countries: Singapore, Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo and Osaka, which are all based on a theme park.

The restaurants feature “sushi-inspired” foods from Japan, South Korea, the Philippines and the United States, according to the announcement.

The restaurant menu includes dishes like fish-shaped sushi rolls, grilled sashimi-style steaks, chicken wings and seafood cocktails, according the announcement, which also lists the dishes as “specially selected and limited edition”.

In addition, the restaurants offer dishes like shrimp-fried rice and rice-based dishes, according a post on the company’s blog.

“We are very proud to be sharing this information and we would like to express our gratitude to the team at Osaka, and their team at Sushi Palace for all the hard work they put into this,” the post said.

The announcement comes after the company posted an article on its blog detailing the “special” sushi and sushi-inspired dishes that will be available for ordering.

“The menu is curated with a wide range of different foods and dishes that are available for sushi and sashimis,” the company said in the post.

“Customers can also choose from sushi rice, sashimo, sushi rolls and a variety of other sushi dishes, all with a special focus on different taste and textures.”

“We will continue to add new sushi restaurants throughout the year, and we look forward to welcoming you to the next special edition of our special menu!”

The blog also says that the restaurants are being introduced “as part of our ongoing strategy to increase the value of our customers.”

“For the past few years, we have been introducing the best-in-class sushi restaurants in Asia and the US,” the blog said.

“In 2017, we also announced our expansion to South Korea and opened up restaurants in Tokyo and Seoul.

We look forward the continued growth of our customer base in the years to come.”