Sushi Wasabi in Tustin Sold to New Owner As Sushi Master Retires

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 24, 2014
There are so many sushi masters in Orange County these days. But for a while, there were really just two venerable artisans whose names were on a short list of the best: Shibutani-san of Sushi Shibucho in Costa Mesa and Katsu-san of Sushi Wasabi...
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