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From Hawaii to Miami, the Nine Best Sushi Restaurants in the US

 For authentic sushi and top-of-the-line seafood, here are some of the best places to feast on raw fish outside of Japan

An assortment from Seattle’s Sushi Kashiba.

An assortment from Seattle’s Sushi Kashiba.

Source: Sushi Kashiba

When the first notable sushi stall opened for business in the 1820s in present-day Tokyo, the dish epitomized casual, inexpensive street food.

Since then, sushi has evolved into a staple at strip malls and airports worldwide. The US has an estimated 16,000 sushi restaurants, a number that’s increased an average of 3.6% every year since 2017, according to marketing research firm IbisWorld.