Updated: November 07, 2018
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Sakura Suisan: Must-Try Cheap Seafood Izakaya

Sakura Suisan is a seafood izakaya particularly nice for its fresh seasonal sashimi. Go there for a fun evening with friends or for a cheap set lunch meal too.

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Sakura Suisan さくら水産

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Sakura Suisan is a cheap izakaya synonymous with great seafood. It's also a kind of regular restaurant if you go during lunchtime. You can have cheap "teishoku" (set) meals under ¥1,000.
There are many branches throughout Japan, and a particularly high number of them are in Tokyo. You can find one located near many stations in the capital (Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ginza, Harajuku, Ichicgaya, Tachikawa, and many more).

Food And Drinks

If you go in a group of three or more, make sure to order the day's special sashimi plate (¥1,190). The content changes with the season but is always of great value for the money. Everything you get will be extra fresh and beautifully presented.

There are also smaller sashimi plates that are ¥390.
Another of their signature dish is the nigiri sushi plate with the "neta" (topping) slightly grilled.
The grilled seafood you can get is quite nice! Try the squid skewers.
Suntory Whiskey-based highball drinks are just ¥250, and you can get a large mug of Sapporo Black Label for ¥440. They have so many drink items that are for the most part under ¥400. You'll have a great time there and it shouldn't be too hard on your wallet.
Sakura Suisan is open during lunchtime too. You can have some really nice and filling set meals with grilled fish, soup, rice and other side dishes for as little as ¥500!

Lastly...

Make sure to give Sakura Suisan a try. You'll be surprised by the quality relative to the cheap price.
tabikamome
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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