Reservation for Sushitsu Kitashinchi in Osaka

updated: May 04th, 2024

Enjoy delicious sushi at Sushitsu Kitashinchi, located in Kitashinchi, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture. Served on Tiffany tableware, this elegant restaurant is perfect for a delightful dining experience.

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    "Sushitsu Kitashinchi" is a sushi restaurant located in Kitashinchi, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture.
     It is conveniently located just a 1-minute walk from JR Kitashinchi Station on the Tōzai Line, and a 4-minute walk from Nishi-Umeda Station on the Yotsubashi Line.
     The restaurant has 33 seats, and the dishes are served using Tiffany tableware, creating a delightful atmosphere.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy delicious sushi and a variety of side dishes.
     The highlight is the use of Tiffany tableware, which adds an elegant touch to the dining experience.
    According to reviews, the sushi and side dishes are of high quality and enjoyable.
     The use of Tiffany tableware enhances the dining experience, making it particularly appealing to female patrons.
     The menu also offers popular course options like "traditional Edo-style sushi prepared right in front of you" and "a course starting with an appetizer, sashimi, followed by 10 pieces of nigiri sushi, and a soup dish".
    The skilled chefs offer an authentic Edo-style sushi experience.
     They pay careful attention to the temperature of the sushi rice and the preparation of the fish, ensuring that every piece is delightful.
     The pairing of side dishes with the sushi is also highly praised.
    "Sushitsu Kitashinchi" is a charming restaurant where you can enjoy delicious sushi served on Tiffany tableware.
     The counter seating and private rooms create a wonderful ambiance, making it a perfect choice for dates or business entertaining.
     We invite you to visit and experience it for yourself.


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