The Japanese word Kizuna describes the bonds between people based on emotional ties and relationships and entails a sense of community, which is exactly the feeling that Kizuna Sushi and Ramen manages to relay with its ambiance, aura, and culinary offerings. Supposedly started by an IT consultant, his accountant wife, and their scientist friend in an effort to justify eating ramen and sushi every day, their about page tells a story that relays the same endearing qualities of community that the word KIZUNA represents.
Offering 60 types of sushi, these folks are serious about their menu, on top of which they offer eight types of ramen and a variety of optional additions such as black mushrooms, scallions, garlic, fried shallots, soft tofu, bean sprouts, and various others. They also have entrees such as salmon salad, teriyaki chicken breast, and many others. Also offering six cocktails, eight draft beers, and over twenty types of sake, they don't limit themselves to culinary perfection, seeking out just the right pairing of alcoholic accompaniment for their selection of diverse yet precise sushi and ramen selections.
Definition of KIZUNA
(n) a Japanese concept describing the “bonds (between people); (emotional) ties; and relationships”. A sense of community. As large as humanity, even.
So if you you're in the area of 8221 Leesburg Pikeway in Vienna, Virginia during their business hours which are 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 12-9 p.m. on Sunday, be sure to stop in and treat yourself to that perfect sushi and ramen combination that satisfies all possible cravings you might be having. For additional information, visit www.kizunatysons.com, or call (703) 442-7888.