Close to the steps of the Yasaka Shrine in the Gion district of Kyoto. You will find a beautiful little sushi restaurant. This is a small establishment, that is easily missed. Even the locals have difficulty finding it. When you do see the doors and enter Izuju, You will be richly rewarded.
At Izuju they serve sushi Kyoto style. If you are not aware, most regions in Japan have their own variations on their favorite sushi dish. They also have their own unique creations. Izuju is a typically traditional Kyoto sushi restaurant.
The restaurant is known for serving a sweet style of sushi that is best enjoyed without any soy source. You will not find soy source at the tables, and it is frowned on to request any additional condiments.
The sushi is sweet, but not overly sweet. The main ingredient is Makeral, not tuna. This makes a visit to Izuju a more unique experience. When compared to some of the tourist-focused sushi restaurants in Kyoto.
Based in the bustling Kyoto station. Sushi No Musashi is fast, convenient and delicious. You will find more than 50 varieties of sushi passing you by on their conveyor belt. If you are new to sushi, this can be a little daunting.
If you are a little unsure, you have a few choices. First, you can ask a member of the excellent and well-trained waiting staff. Second, you can quickly consult Google with every passing dish. Then, you have a fun way to learn about sushi. Grab a plate and try something new.
Sushi No Musashi is usually busy. It is a fantastic place to experience daily life in Kyoto and one of the best people watching spots in the city. The food is reasonably priced, and the quality is excellent.
Is this the best sushi restaurant in Kyoto? That is a question for debate. For absolute sushi aficionados and locals, the answer is no. For many tourists, food bloggers and Trip Advisor posters, the answer is yes.
I think the above paragraph tells you everything you need to know. If you want to play it safe. A visit to Sushi Tetsu will not disappoint.
When you compare the food served at Sushi Tetsu to some of Kyoto’s hidden gems, and more local-focused sushi establishments. The menu at Sushi Tetsu is distinctly average.
Having said that, there is nothing wrong with Sushi Tetsu. The sushi is delicious, the waiting staff is attentive, and the drinks will flow. The problem is nothing feels exciting or special.
In Japanese the word Kappo means elegant, and that is the perfect description for Sushi-Kappo Nakaichi. This sushi restaurant is delicate and beautiful in every way. The sushi served is delightful, the preparation is intricate, and the ingredients are perfect.
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