Updated: November 06, 2018
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5 Sushi Restaurants to try in Osaka

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There are so many sushi restaurants in Osaka which could be overwhelming. So here's the list of sushi places you can go!

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Harukoma (春駒 本店)

If you want to try big fresh neta (sushi topping) at a reasonable price, you must try their sushi. Their sushi is very popular so you might have to wait in line - but people in Osaka love their sushi, especially with its great cost performance, so you should definitely give it a try! If you are there, you can't leave this place without trying their maguro (tuna fish)! They close as their neta sells out, so keep that in mind when you're planning. Around a 5 minute walk from Tenshinbashisuji Rokuchome station.

Endo Sushi (ゑんどう寿司 京橋店)

About a 5 to 10 minute walk from Kyobashi station, Endo Sushi is famous for their original style sushi - when they shape the rice into a rectangle, they only add small pressure so their shari (rice) is very soft made.
They have an English menu, which is super helpful. The way you order is very simple too! You can choose four plates with 5 pieces each, and you can tell the chef what you like and dislike, and they will make it accordingly to your preference! Very unique, right?

Kame Sushi (亀すし 総本店)

Less than a 5-minute walk from Higashi Umeda station, this traditional sushi restaurant offer fresh and high-quality sushi toppings. You should try their maguro (tuna)! Their sushi toppings and shari (rice) are big in size compared to sushi that other places usually offer, so you can have a satisfying experience here.

Kuromon Sanpei (黒門三平)

Just a few minute walk from Nihonbashi station, this place is a fish store located in Kuromon Market, and you can purchase sushi and eat there too. They also have donburi (a bowl of rice topped with sashimi) that you can try. Very exciting place to experience Japanese market's atmosphere!

縄寿司 本店

Located right next to Kame Sushi that is mentioned above, this place is also a traditional sushi restaurant where you can try delicious sushi! If you enter the restaurant by 7 pm, they serve you a free small sized Nama beer, so don't forget to enter before 7! If you cannot have alcohols, that's totally fine, because they have miso-soup for non alcohol drinkers. Moreover, instead of counting number of plates to calculate the total price, you use a plastic card to indicate what you ate. If you are looking for a unique sushi experience, this is where you should go!

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