Sakura Bana's sumptuous sushi
Let's face it: there's boring sushi like the California roll, spicy tuna and all the other varieties you can find at any Asian buffet worth its soy sauce. But then there's the kind of sushi that makes the cuisine an art form—beautiful, painterly chef's creations fit for an emperor. That's something that Sakura Bana—Jackson's oldest sushi restaurant that was formerly known as Little Tokyo—has in spades. So bone up on your chopstick skills and say konnichiwa to some of their tastiest treats in our photo gallery.