Updated: August 29, 2019
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Sushi Hoshiyama: Delicious Michelin-Starred Sushi in Osaka.

Osaka City

Osaka isn't known for its sushi like Tokyo is, but the city still has some really outstanding restaurants where world-class sushi can be found. One such place is at 'Sushi Hoshiyama,' a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant not too far from Osaka Station.

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Why Go?

The sushi served at 'Sushi Hoshiyama' is exceptionally good. Despite the shop's location in Osaka, Chef Hoshiyama is trained in Tokyo's siganture 'edomae' style of sushi, and provides customers with a well-rounded course of the finest fish prepared in the tastiest way possible. The shari (rice) uses premium Tokyo-style red vinegar made from only sake lees and salt, to which the ingredients are prepared to match perfectly.
The chef doesn't have a specialty or original sushi dish that sets him apart. Instead, he focuses on making sure that each and every item that he serves is as good as it possibly can be. His consistency and attention to detail earned him his first Michelin star in 2019, which is well deserved.
Anyone looking for a sushi meal that is flawless from start to finish should be quite impressed by Hoshiyama. Check this place out while you're in Osaka!


Chef Hoshiyama serves an omakase course for ¥21,000 which includes 4 tsumami dishes and 12 nigiri sushi pieces, or a nigiri-only course for ¥18,000 that includes 15 nigiri sushi pieces which change based on the season.

Reservations / Access

Sushi Hoshiyama has only two seatings per night, one at 6 pm and one at 8:30 pm. Since spots are limited, a reservation is necessary. See the link below if you need assistance to make a reservation in Japanese.

The restaurant is located just outside of Kitashinchi Station, or about 7 minutes from Osaka or Umeda Station.
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