Abe Sushi has a traditional, yet stylish and modern storefront that might lead you to believe that the restaurant is quite an expensive one. Don't let that facade scare you off! Abe has some great lunch meals that are very affordable! The daily special is only 1,100 yen, and you can even have a large serving of the special for an extra 400 yen. There are also other items such as the salmon and ika (squid) rice bowl for 1,500 yen.
At Magurodake, for less than 1,000 yen you can have a rice bowl with three colors of tuna sashimi! You can also order some nigiri sushi for about 700 yen for six pieces. The place specializes in tuna, in fact, it's the only thing they have (the name of the shop in Japanese means literally "only tuna"). The sushi bowls come with a delicious miso soup.
Sushi Seizan is a fairly big restaurant with its 49 seats and is decorated in a simple Japanese-style. The sushi is really nice for the price for lunchtime. You can get a set of 12 pieces for 1,200 yen of a set of 15 pieces for 1,500 yen. Both come with a miso soup, green tea, and a traditional dessert called matcha warabi mochi which is a sort of sweet dumpling covered with matcha tea powder. Sushi Seizan is located on a fifth floor.
Sushiya no Ikekan
For lunch at Sushiya no Ikekan, you have a selection of nigiri sushi and kaisendon (seafood on a bowl of rice) for about 1,000 yen each. The kaisendon a particularly popular here! Portions are generous so most people will be very satisfied with just that. The shop has a simple yet sophisticated atmosphere. Sit at the counter and you can see the sushi chef prepare your order right before your eyes. Located on a second floor.
Kyotatsu is located on the basement floor of the Arc Hill South Tower. It has a refined atmosphere yet the prices for lunch are really affordable. You can have a nice 7-piece set of Edo-style sushi made with traditional red vinegar for 1,000 yen. If you're looking for something more filling, you can have a seafood bowl of the day at 1,620 yen. Also, you can have great sake and shochu (Japanese spirit) while you enjoy your sushi. The place is quite particular for their selection of alcohols.
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