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Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo

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Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo Description

Located near the Shin-Omiya Station in Nara, Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. The restaurant's interior is a blend of traditional and modern Japanese design, creating a serene atmosphere for guests to enjoy their meal.

Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo prides itself on serving top-quality sushi made with the freshest ingredients. Their menu features a variety of sushi options, from classic nigiri to creative rolls that will tantalize your taste buds. One of their standout dishes is the Chef's Special Omakase, a chef-curated selection of the day's freshest catches, expertly prepared to highlight the flavors of each fish.

What sets Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo apart from other sushi restaurants is their commitment to excellence in both food quality and presentation. Each dish is not only delicious but also a work of art, showcasing the skill and dedication of the chefs. Whether you're a sushi connoisseur or a first-time sushi eater, Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo promises a memorable dining experience that will leave you craving for more.

Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo Overview


6-chōme-9-2 ŌMiyachō, Nara, Nara 630-8115


+81 (0) 742-35-7705


1 minute walk from Shin-Omiya Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 6:00PM-10:30PM
Mon: 6:00PM-10:30PM
Tue: 6:00PM-10:30PM
Wed: 6:00PM-10:30PM
Thur: 6:00PM-10:30PM
Fri: 6:00PM-10:30PM
Sat: 6:00PM-10:30PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo Reviews

Four Seasons Sushi Kurodo Google Average Rating



I think it's the best sushi restaurant for drinkers!
Appetizers and sushi were served alternately during the meal, and although it was quite voluminous, I was able to eat it all (^^)

All the ingredients are carefully prepared, so I'm sorry to say that I didn't expect to be able to eat such delicious food in Nara (meaning there is no sea).

I'm sure I'll visit again.

We look forward to hearing from you again.


A sushi restaurant located a 3-4 minute walk west from Shin-Omiya Station in Nara Prefecture.
It's not that new, I think it's been more than 10 years since it opened, but I didn't know there was a sushi restaurant here.

On this day, I made a reservation and visited on a weekday night.
Of course, reservations are essential as the seats were full.

The course fee is probably around 15,000 yen.
There were 17 snacks, 8 nigiri, 1 roll, and 2 small bowls.
There were more snacks than nigiri, giving the impression that it was more like a sushi bar.
Many of the dishes have mild flavors that are reminiscent of Nara. Personally, I like the bland taste, but some people may find it bland.

The grip is small and has a very soft grip.
I was impressed by how big the shrimp were.
The last trotak was delicious. Shinko is happy with 5 layers.
The salt kettle tuna was also delicious.

You can tell that the ingredients are sourced from all over the country, from Hokkaido to Amakusa.

I think it's more of a restaurant where you can have fun while drinking alcohol.


My favorite sushi restaurant.
A truly delicious and unforgettable restaurant.

I am always grateful for your help! !


As the name of Shiki no Sushi suggests, we selected four seasonal sakes that go well with seasonal fish dishes.
On average, a course meal takes about two and a half hours, allowing you to leisurely enjoy the food and drinks, enjoy the food, enjoy the food, and enjoy conversation with the people who came with you and the staff.
There is mainly a counter, but there is also a tatami room.
It's great to be able to enjoy really fresh, seasonal food with mild flavors.
I think it comes down to the personality of the owner, Mr. Shimonaka.

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