"Sushi Osamu" is located along the main street of a quiet residential area in Minami-Ward, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture. It is a popular restaurant with many guests who come not only from within the prefecture but also from outside and abroad. The owner, Osamu Muto, respects the chef of “Sushi Shigei” (closed), where he worked part-time when he was a university student, and entered the sushi world. In 1991, he took over the goodwill of “Sushi Shigei” at the young age of 29, and 1 year later renamed it to “Sushi Osamu” and relocared to its current location.
Chef Muto values "Megubari, Kikubari, Kokoro kubari (Being attentive)" above all else. "The best seasoning of the meal is human," and in order to make good ingredients more delicious, he does not cut corners and does his best. Seafood is purchased directly from producers all over Japan, and only the Omakase Course is served. Signature dish is "Inari Osamu". This is a bite-sized inarizushi that is prepared with Nankanage from Kumamoto for 6 hours and finished with wasabi. You can't visit “Sushi Osamu” without tasting it. You will be able to enjoy a new taste of sake every time you visit as there is a variety of sake available from all over Japan, including standard sake and rare sake that is only available one bottle per month.
There are 8 counter seats in the nostalgic restaurant. You will be able to face the sushi calmly in the calm space with the owner's eyes. Chef Osamu is particular about dinnerware and drinking vessels, and uses Japanese pottery, such as Iga-ware and Bizen-ware, as well as pottery made by himself and by famous artists. The restaurant is recommended for dining with friends and colleagues, dating and business entertainment. As English menu and English service are also available, foreign guests will be pleased. We would like you to satisfy your heart with the sushi that is filled with the owner's spirit of "want to make someone happy through food".
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A 3-minute walk from Nagazumi 4-chome bus stop. Take Nishitetsu Bus from Takamiya Station East Exit (Nishitetsu Tenjin Omuta Line)