Five of the Best Sushi Joints

By 26th December 2009 June 28th, 2014 Eat & Drink

1 Hanayoshi
Sushi in Niseko doesn’t come any better than Hanayoshi. The selection of fresh sashimi and sushi is a prime example of authentic, fresh Hokkaido ingredients and preparation at its best. The wide range of nigiri and norimaki is sure to offer something to suit everyone’s tastes – from the chicken and avocado for the conservative, to the raw meat and fish for the hardcore. And to cap it all off, Hanayoshi is very fairly priced. Definitely worth the trip out to Niseko Town!
80-2 Hondori Niseko Town 5pm-11pm/ last order 10.30pm / 0136-44-3444

2 Shokusai Hirafu
Great quality sushi, and No.1 for sashimi. An intimate, traditional, uncrowded atmosphere make this little gem worth the hike up the hill.
Alpen Hotel Hirfau, top of Hirafu-Zaka St / noon-2pm, 6pm-11pm / last order 10.30pm / 0136 22 1105

3 Nihonbashi
See the sushi chef slicing and cleaning fresh fish. Check out their great value lunch sets, and the chirachi sushi – sliced raw fish in a rice bowl with ikura (salmon roe). North 3 West 2, Kutchan / 11.30am-1.30pm, 4pm-9pm / last order 8.30pm / 0136 22 2717

4 Fuji Sushi
In the heart of Hirafu and recently renovated, this one’s close by and has an extensive menu – so much more than just sushi. 167-7 Yamada, Kutchan / 11am-9pm / last order 8.50pm /
0136 23 2661

5 Yotei Maru
The only place in the area with a sushi train. Delicious and affordable food chugs by your seat. Choo choo! 12 South 8 East, Kutchan / 11am-9pm / last order 8.45pm / 0136 22 4101

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