Stopped here after reading Anthony Bourdain’s glowing recommendation, was definitely worth our while.
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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
In Narita city there are some good restaurants , but talking about sashimi and sushi nothing as good ( thanks to Trip Advisor coments) that you find in front of GATE 33 I haven’t breakfast and came with plenty of time to have as they...More
Really fresh sushi, good presentation and good service! Better than most of the restaurants outside of airport. Good last minute stop before flying off!
My husband and I stopped here during a layover. I found the sushi to be so delicious. The sake and beer wasn’t too bad either! Definitely fun to sit at the bar top while watching the chefs make sushi!
Super fresh and fatty tuna with well seasoned rice. They also have wild blue fine as well if you want to splurge! They also have takeaways options, but nothing compares to sitting in front of the chefs and watching them making these divine 🍣
I had a long layover and high hopes for Sushi Kyotatsu. Just passing through Japan and thought what a perfect opportunity to experience real sushi in Japan! Overall experience was good and maybe I’m spoiled but I’ve had much better sushi here in San Francisco....More
I had lunch here waiting for my flight to Seoul. It was fresh and delicious. Blue fin tuna and beer. Plus good plane spotting while sitting at the end of the sushi bar.
If you’ve got a spare half hour in Narita airport and you’re looking for a tasty meal, Sushi Kyotatsu fits the bill perfectly. We waited 2-3 minutes for a free space at the bar, which is the best place to be. We avoided the “specials”...More