Narita: Hokake Sushi

by gigi on April 2, 2008

During our one evening in Japan, we were all determined to try some sushi. :) Our travel agent recommended a good place to us in the Narita city centre, but we got our directions mixed up so we ended up eating at the Japanese restaurant in our hotel instead. We were prepared for some inflated hotel prices but hoped the dinner would still be good. :)

hokake sushi

Once we were seated, we were given cute little paper cranes to rest our chopsticks on.

hokake sushi

Jenkins and I both ordered the chirashi, which cost 3400 yen (approx. $34 Cdn). Of all the items in the chirashi, I enjoyed the tamago the most. It was not too sweet and had a slightly roasted taste to it. I also liked the tuna, which was moist and had a nice red colour (different from what we’re used to in Vancouver). All the seafood had a nice fresh taste and even though it was on the small side, we still filled up. :)

hokake sushi

Jenkins noted that the wasabi was tastier than the usual green stuff we are accustomed to and was much more potent. I don’t think this was real wasabi though.

hokake sushi

All our meals also came with miso soup, which came with clams on the bottom. I liked the light clam flavour of the soup but found the clams to be somewhat overcooked.

hokake sushi

I enjoyed our meal here but wished we had the opportunity to check out the travel agent-recommended restaurant. I’ll have to add that to my list of things to go back and do the next time I’m in the area. :)

Food: [rating:3.5]
Grick’s Food Rating:[rating:4]
Service: [rating:2.5]
Price: $$$

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