はま寿司 – Hamasushi [Mishima, Shizuoka]

Hamasushi is one of those places you will eat at if you live in Japan and like sushi. It is one of the more popular spots for high schoolers, family and in general anyone who wants to eat cheap sushi. It is a chain store so it can be found almost anywhere in Japan.

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When you enter you choose between tables or counter seats. You can see the colorful amount of sushi on the belts just waiting to be eaten.

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Your prices range from 100 yen to 150 yen for sushi and a little bit more for other food. They serve everything from Ramen, Takoyaki to Coconuts however sushi is what they are known for. They have 5 or 6 different types of soy sauce, pickled ginger and green tea that you prepare yourself. They also serve hot sake and beer as well.

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If you are someone that eats a lot it can definitely kill your wallet but it’s not catastrophic. I usually spend around 1200 yen but I mean everyone is different. If you’ve never tried revolving sushi this place is affordable and really solid.

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However if you are a stickler for sushi and want to eat super high quality and traditional style this place is not for you. I love sushi and I definitely crave this place from time to time.

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Anyway if horse radish was bad and wasabi is good and green stuff is ok. I give this place a

GREEN STUFF/Flying Wasabi

Happy Eating!


You can find out more about Hamasushi at their website here.

Hamasushi’s Mishima store is located a 5 – 10 minute walk from Mishima Hirokoji Station and a 20 minute walk from JR Mishima Station.

 

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