Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Best Places In Toyama For Sushi
Here is a guide to sushi in Toyama. We've included sushi restaurants that are outstanding and in every budget range, from cheap and satisfying to very high-end.
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Sushi Tama すし玉
Sushi Tama is arguably the best low-cost sushi restaurant in Toyama. Most of their ingredients are produced locally, and the fish and seafood come for the most part from the bay of Ishikawa and Toyama. It's worth noting that Tama is a revolving sushi train restaurant. So if you like the novelty, you'll have a fun time there for sure.
Masuzushi 扇一 ます寿し本舗
This is a take-out only shop where you can buy a rare type of regional sushi called the masuzushi. It is a trout sushi in the form of a pie. It has thick pieces of sashimi as a topping. This is a really good thing to try in Toshima. Many Japanese people that visit the prefecture buy it as a souvenir.
Sushiei 寿司栄 掛尾店
Sushiei has a history of over 50 years in Toyama, and with a couple of branches across Toyama, is one of the most well-known sushi restaurants in the prefecture. The philosophy of the restaurant is to be passionate about sushi and make the sushi from simply the best neta (toppings) and shari (rice). You can have sets that are priced from ¥2,500 to ¥6,000.
Mikizushi 美喜鮨 本店
This is a restaurant of long standing (since 1950) that should not disappoint. It serves nigiri style sushi only of the edomae tradition (Tokyo traditional style). It has a traditional atmosphere yet has many table seats, so it's a good place to go in large groups.
The name of the restaurant "Sushijin" literally means sushi person, but it should be sushi god because they serve such amazing things. This is one of the high-end sushi restaurants of Toshima that is really worth the go if you can get a reservation. The inside is an L-shaped counter from which you can see the sushi master at work. For lunch, there are some courses at around ¥6,000 and for dinner, it can cost over ¥20,000.
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