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Yasuhiro Sushi and Fish Cuisine鮨と魚料理 保広


It is a sushi and fish restaurant located in Tsuchido, Onomichi City. The restaurant has placed importance on freshness, local production and local consumption since 1967 and purchases seafood directly from specialized fisherman. It is a prestigious restaurant where mouth-watering sushi and tempura of fresh local fish can be enjoyed. While the restaurant has a dignified, pure Japanese style, it is popular for its unpretentious atmosphere.


Hiroshima Pref. Onomichishi Tsuchidou 1-10-12

phone 0848225639


Review of Yasuhiro

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Reviewed:2017/11/17 Good dinner
I would give this place 3 1/2 stars. We really enjoyed the hakozushi which is a pressed sushi made with grilled eel & minced shrimp. We shared that and then each ordered the 8 piece nigiri which had...
Reviewed:2017/10/30 Amazing sushi
This place is well recognised by locals for their suberb quality of sashimi and sushi. They may be more expensive than other general Japanese restaurants in Onomichi, However, you happen to be in...
Reviewed:2017/04/08 Homely feel with excellent quality of food
My husband and I went at 5pm to avoid the crowd but haha, we werent the first. Owners are an elderly couple with the lady taking charge of service. They have an Ipad where you can choose your food...

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Hiroshima Pref. Onomichishi Tsuchidou 1-10-12 [map]



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