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Sushi Yoshi (寿司 吉)

This sushi restaurant serves nigiri-zushi and seafood bowls made with natural seafood, and also individual dishes. It is located in Iidamachi, Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture. Not only does it use a generous amount of freshly caught local fish in its sashimi and nigiri-zushi, but its summer-only Noto-don bowl, with its rich natural Iwakagi oysters is also very popular. When crab is in season, the Shifuku no Kobako-don, with its enormous three servings-worth of Kobako crab meat (female Tanner crab) and crab miso is also very popular. This popular spot is particular about using only local products, from the soy sauce to the salt, its gourmet food is unique to Suzu.

place

Ishikawa Pref. Suzushi Idamachi 15 -25 (Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea)

phone 0768821269
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18:00-next 1:00

Review of Sushi Yoshi

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Reviewed:2018/11/24 香箱ガニを山ほど載せた『至福の幸箱丼』 これはすごい!
雌のズワイガニは資源保護のために漁期も短期間に限られているので、現地にいくら出向いてもいつでも食べられる訳ではありません。それだけにこの貴重な機会を見逃す訳にはいかないと、わざわざ遠回りをしてお店に出向きました。寿司吉さんは夏場は地元産の岩牡蠣丼を出したり香箱ガニの漁期にはカニ丼と特色ある丼を提供してくれます。至福の幸箱丼はご飯の上に香箱ガニの身と内子・外子がびっしりと載っています。聞けばなんと丼...
Reviewed:2018/04/07 香箱丼
某旅行ガイドで見て以来、一度は食べてみたいと機を伺いようやくチャンス到来
ガイドブックには昼営業なしと出ているのでTELで確認したところ、前日予約すればOKですとのこと。
お店は駐車場もよく分からないし、前の道は細いため飯田わくわく広場に停めて訪問。しばらく待つとガイドブック同様の香箱丼登場。
カニの身も卵もとてもおいしくどんどん食べ進む、ちょっと休んでお吸い物、中の一切れはのど黒、吸い物にいい感...

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Address
Ishikawa Pref. Suzushi Idamachi 15 -25 [map]
Area
Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea
Phone
0768821269
Hours
18:00-next 1:00
Closed
Sunday

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.