Updated: October 07, 2019
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Mouthwatering Sushi at Michelin-Starred 'Takuzushi' in Sapporo

Sapporo

Takuzushi is one of Sapporo's top spots for super high-quality sushi right now. The stylish sushi shop serves super fresh sushi using the best ingredients of the season and a special red vinegar rice 'shari' that perfectly balances the flavor. If seeking high-quality sushi in Sapporo, you can't go wrong with Takuzushi.

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Why Go?

Takuzushi is a no-nonsense sushi counter that serves top-notch sushi in a very hip and stylish all-white dining room. The decor may be modern, but the sushi served is classic, using red vinegar for the shari and wonderfully fresh 'neta' (toppings) that are sourced locally or from wherever in the country has the best ingredients that day. In addition to the fantastic nigiri sushi, the small plate dishes are also outstanding, and well worth the extra cost of the full omakase course.
For those who like to drink, the restaurant also specializes in wine and sake pairings to go with the omakase course. This is a wonderful place for a splurge on a fantastic sushi meal that you won't soon forget!

Prices

Takuzushi offers a variety of courses that are quite reasonably priced, given the quality of the great sushi.
The simplest course which features 10 nigiri pieces is ¥5,500, or the 12-piece nigiri course is ¥6,800. However, it's worth your money to go for either the ¥12,000 course that includes 12 nigiri and 7 otsumami (small plates), or ¥15,000 for the full-blown seasonal nigiri sushi course with otsumami.

Reservations / Access

Takuzushi is quite popular and is becoming more and more well known. It's recommended that you make a reservation in advance if you plan to visit, the earlier the better. There is a 12-seat counter or 2 private rooms. For families with children, it's okay to bring your kids if you have a reservation in one of the private rooms.

The restaurant is located a quick 3-minute walk from Susukino Station in downtown Sapporo.
DeLong
I live in west Tokyo and spend most of my time thinking about food or going bouldering.

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