Updated: November 07, 2018
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Sushi Sada In Kanda, Tokyo For Cheap, HUGE Sushi Bowls

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Sushi bowls are called chirashisushi in Japanese Sushi Sada serves for lunch one of the most popular in the area. For about ¥1,000 you can get a big bowl of sushi with loads of toppings of all kinds ingredients, including plenty of kinds of sashimi, Japanese omelet and spicy cod roe.

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Sushi Sada すし定: the place to have a sashimi sushi bowl (chirashi sushi)!

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Sushi Tei is located at a 3-minute walk from the Kanda station. The restaurant of long standing is particularly popular during the lunch hours (11:30 - 13:30) during which you can have the chirashi sushi bowl, which consists basically of a bowl of sushi rice with plenty of sashimi toppings.
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The place has two floors with counter seats and tables too. It has a nice and warm interior with clean lines.

A chirashi sushi with a mountain of toppings!

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Chirashi Sushi medium size ちらし寿司中盛 ¥1,050
The Chirashi Sushi bowl comes with pickled bean sprouts and a miso soup. The volume or the chirashi sushi is unexpectedly big for something of this price.
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the bowl has a width of 15 cm. The toppings include scallops, shrimps, tuna, octopus, amberjack, spicy cod roe, salmon, eggs, and fish cake.
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There are so many kinds of toppings that most customers transfer some of them to another plate.
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The fish is top quality too!
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You'll see plenty of students there and hungry salarymen. One bowl of this is enough to satisfy most people with a good appetite.

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Looking for a place to eat lunch in Kanda? Sushi Sada is a great spot to go for a filling cheap meal of good quality.
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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