Sushi Yuden

22,000 JPY 〜
/ Guest

A one-star sushi restaurant tucked away in Osaka with warm hospitality and a fiercely loyal clientele

A one-minute walk from Tanimachi Kyuchome Station in Osaka brings guests to Sushi Yuden. In this secluded one-star sushi restaurant, chef Yuya Nishimura engages guests in good-natured conversation while making sushi.

Although he casually describes it as “an ordinary sushi restaurant,” his remarkable culinary skills can be inferred from an array of renowned restaurants where he trained, such as Fukukizushi in Osaka and a five-star hotel in Kyoto. The chef visits local markets every morning to select and purchase the best ingredients of the day. In addition, the trust based on his long-lasting relationships with suppliers allows him to purchase fresh tuna from a broker in Toyosu, and sushi rice from a farmer in Okayama.

Inside the restaurant, the counter made of over 160-year-old solid cypress welcomes guests, and the vintage tableware selected by the chef is a delight to behold.

With warm hospitality and flavors only found in this restaurant, Sushi Yuden is an exceptional place to visit with family, a partner, friends, or colleagues to share the pleasure and joy of dining. The hospitality of Sushi Yuden also allows guests to appreciate the food further, and many return for the experience.

* The availability of this webpage does not guarantee that the restaurant presented provides services in English, unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that English services may also depend on staff availability at the restaurant.

A 1-minute walk from Tanimachi 9-chome of Osaka Municipal Subway Tanimachi Line
A 3-minute walk from Osaka Uehommachi of Kintetsu Namba Line



  • 40's

    Date of Visit: 12/2021
    雰囲気、料理のテンポ、大将の人柄 全て良かったです。
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: With Colleagues



22,000 JPY / Guest



Sushi Yuden [鮨 悠伝]

Cuisine Type


Opening hours

Dinner: 17: 30 ~ 23: 00 Lunch: Complete pre-order only




3-8-25, Uesio, Osaka Tennoji-ku,, Osaka

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