Centuries ago, a woman named Ginno lived near the side of the Mekong River. Ginno was a hardworking woman and a caring wife. She helped her husband plough and harrow the rice fields. They fished near the coast of the river whenever the fish swam near the shore, but catching fish was a matter of long hours and sheer skill. Storing fish was another dilemma since it spoiled easily and instantly. Therefore, as delicious fish was, rice was instead a primary food and a trade for Ginno and her family.
One day, it rained for hours with no end in sight. They had to leave their home to seek safety – away from the river as it began to flood the rice fields. When Ginno returned home months later, she saw that the fish from the river had clung to the paddy field and to her surprise; the fish were still fresh.
Ginno had discovered how to preserve fish. She began to cook fish more often and experiment with recipes. Her obsession grew and she soon found different ways of serving fish with rice. She was a woman of taste and creativity; she would try seaweed, vinegar, vegetables and various wraps for various fishes.
The locals caught wind of her recipes and paid generously for a taste of her unique fish, which she named “SUSHI”. She was praised for her enthusiasm to explore. Ginno wanted people to feel happy, even for a moment, while they indulged in her culinary mastery.
Ginno is embodied in our restaurant, GOSHI. Inspired by her resilience to amaze her customers, and creativity for diversity; we opened shop to mirror her values as we sell our Sushi at the heart of Kuwait.
There’s a lot more than good taste, and at GOSHI we want our customers to discover Japanese food in a whole new way.
We are committed to serve our GOSHERs with a unique selections of Japanese food by offering quick service and innovative experience.
To be the preferred destination for Japanese food lovers.
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