Reviews on Sushi food in Shibayama-machi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan including Sushi Kyotatsu, Tsukiji Sushiiwa Narita Airport, Sushi Yuraku, Narita Airport, Seafood Kaisen Misakiko Narita Airport, Tatsu Sushi, Gansozushi Narita Airport 2nd Terminal, Yashiro
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3 based on 96 reviews
Located in Terminal 2, on the 4th floor, before you enter the immigration controlled area. A number of set menus. If you are craving sushi or did not have time to have sushi, or, were put off by Tokyo prices and sushi snobbery, this is the place to experience decent, reasonably priced sushi.
4 based on 40 reviews
Located in Narita terminal 3, Tatsu Sushi is pretty good. I am always amazed at the quality of food in Japan you can find in unlikely places. The maguro-don for 1,500yen was very fresh and tasty. (And the same as take-out is 800yen, though made earlier) It has a stand up bar and take away is available.
3 based on 69 reviews
Whenever I pass through Narita I stop for sushi at KAISEN MISAKIKO. The food is consistently very good and not too expensive. Since it's conveyor belt sushi, the food comes out really quickly. Definitely worth a quick stop on a layover or before a flight.
4 based on 56 reviews
Had sushi fix and did not want to wait to get to Gate 33 (Sushi Kyotatsu). Stopped by here adjacent to Food Court N's cafeteria-style resto. Premises did not feel like you were in the midst of busy airport. Somewhat peaceful and was immediately struck by customers: all Japanese with no gaijin in sight. Good sign? Settled at the bar. Japanese menu but had English names in small type. No matter, ordered moriawase style mix of various sushi (Fushimi) for Â¥1900.From onset, ocha and shoyu different from what I'm accustomed to. Ocha was smokier, but not quite macha. Shoyu was MUCH lighter and not as salty. Sushi excellent, particularly the kani (crab) and tamago (egg). Fish were flavorful and cut perfectly. Chef generous with wasabi but not overpowering. Miso soup was also different; had hint of celery or asparagus and almost bisque-like creamy undertones. Highly recommend.
4 based on 69 reviews
The food at the Narita airport is surprisingly good I'll be at expensive. A 12 piece sushi plate special for three was over $100. Well we had lounge access we needed to have a final visit with an old Japanese friend and he was kind enough to come out to the airport which is a two hour trip each way.
4 based on 213 reviews
I always look forward to traveling through NRT Airport so I can eat at this sushi restaurant. This a high quality top grade sushi restaurant. The tuna are so fresh, and just delicious melts in your mouth. My favorite is the Mix Chirashi Don since you get pretty much of everything. The rolls are wonderful as well. It's not cheap, however it's so worth it! Staff are wonderful and friendly.
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