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All reviews blue fin tuna nigiri fresh sushi chirashi fatty tuna california roll rice seafood salad tsukiji market narita airport airport food anthony bourdain frequent visitor before heading home melt in your mouth long layover
Narita airport is only a transit stop for me so it’s my only chance to eat japanese sushi before I travel on to the US.
- Conveniently located 5 min walk from Delta terminal
- Ice cold and refreshing Super Dry draft beer
I always look forward to traveling through NRT Airport so I can eat at this sushi restaurant. This a high quality top grade sushi restaurant. The tuna are so fresh, and just delicious melts in your mouth. My favorite is the Mix Chirashi Don since...More
I do not pass through Narita Airport without stopping by at Sushi Kyotatsu. Is it the best that Tokyo has to offer? No, but is really good. Over the past few years, nigiri size has decreased a bit, but the quality is high. It is...More
I couldn't locate this place initially at the airport dining area. Found it later, it's actually after immigration, and you can locate it near Gate 33. As I already had lunch by then, I settled for a salmon sashimi and sea urchin sushi. The order...More
Highly recommend stopping by for some good sushi. We ordered chirashi and sashimi. Overall, a fantastic experience. Fish was fresh. Flavors were incredible. Quick service. Not to long of a wait even doing rush hour.
This was my very last meal in Asia after spending a year there. My layover was in Tokyo, so how could I resist one last chance for sushi in Japan? Wasn't expecting much, but it was way better than expected. The pieces of meat were...More
If you wish to eat food produced at Tsukiji Market which is 1.5hours away by train each way from Narita Airport, but short of time, this is the best alternative. The sushi place opens at 0900hrs and it is recommended to grab a seat and...More
The food if fine but the sushi was indistinguishable from the sushi back home. Since you are in the transit part of the airport there are few choices. Compared to the serving size the prices are fairly high for take away.
Most people will only...More
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They take major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard). It's very simple to pay. When you signal that you are finished, the waitresses tally up the plates and give you a sheet to take to the cashier near the door. It is very quick... More
They take major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard). It's very simple to pay. When you signal that you are finished, the waitresses tally up the plates and give you a sheet to take to the cashier near the door. It is very quick because there is always a line of people waiting to take your seat at the counter.
Good day, usually only conveyor belt sushi have the per plate concept. Each plate will come with one or two pieces of sushi. This place serves by per order. Each order is a set and is good enough for a meal. Depending on... More
Good day, usually only conveyor belt sushi have the per plate concept. Each plate will come with one or two pieces of sushi. This place serves by per order. Each order is a set and is good enough for a meal. Depending on what you ordered, a meal cost between USD 18 to USD 100 without alcohol. Hope this helps.
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