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Sushidokoro Yadorigi

Sushidokoro Yadorigi Description

Located just a 3-minute walk from Meitetsu Morishita Station, Sushidokoro Yadorigi is a sushi restaurant that prides itself on its dedication to quality ingredients and meticulous craftsmanship. The name of the restaurant is derived from one of the chapters of 'The Tale of Genji,' a classic Japanese novel.

At Sushidokoro Yadorigi, you can expect a wide variety of fresh and high-quality seafood, with a focus on 'hikarimono' or silver-skinned fish such as mackerel and gizzard shad. The skilled sushi chefs create exquisite and flavorful nigiri sushi, which can be enjoyed through their omakase courses. To complement your meal, the restaurant also offers a selection of rich and flavorful Japanese sake.

The warm and inviting atmosphere of Sushidokoro Yadorigi is perfect for both solo diners and regular customers. The friendly and approachable sushi chefs create a relaxed environment where you can enjoy your meal without any pretense. So, if you're looking for a sushi experience that combines quality ingredients, skilled craftsmanship, and a welcoming atmosphere, Sushidokoro Yadorigi is the place to be.

Sushidokoro Yadorigi Overview


1-chōme-20-9 ŌZone, Kita Ward, Aichi 462-0825


+81 (0) 52-991-3577


7 minute walk from Heian-dori Subway Station
9 minute walk from Ozone Station
3 minute walk from Meitetsu Morishita Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Mon: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Tue: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Wed: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Thur: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Fri: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Sat: 5:30PM-9:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted



Sake Selection

Sushidokoro Yadorigi Reviews

Sushidokoro Yadorigi Google Average Rating



[Nagoyan Gourmet/Sushi] When I returned to Nagoya, it was a Michelin plate listed restaurant (a restaurant recommended by Michelin inspectors). Congratulations to the general manager♬My favorite is Hikarimono, but this is a restaurant where you can enjoy a variety of delicious seasonal fish and sushi at reasonable prices.
A nice shop with a fun personality from the owner.

System-wise, reservations must be made at least one day in advance (if reservations are not made, the restaurant may be closed on days when the restaurant is closed). It seems like it's a good idea to make a reservation, as calls will be forwarded even if it's quite late.

Prices vary from 5,000 yen to 20,000 yen. Today was my first time in a while, so I ordered the 10,000 yen course. Four years ago, there were many 5,000 yen courses, but they serve luxurious ingredients.

★A variety of stable and delicious light objects
Kohada, maji, Lake Biwa natural ayu sashimi and sushi, etc.
Carefully crafted luminous objects are lined up in wooden boxes like jewels.

★Homemade whale bacon
Since it's homemade by the general, there are no preservatives or colorings. Firm fat and flavor.

★Seasonal conger conger
Conger conger from Morozaki, Aichi Prefecture. It is served immediately after cutting the bones and parboiling it. I use plum vinegar when it's cold, but since it's just after parboiling, I use ponzu sauce. The skin is chewy and the flesh is plump and soft with a gentle taste.

In addition, sea urchin, scallops, and shellfish are of high quality and delicious.
A large group of other customers also ordered large eel kabayaki. It seems that it is produced in Aichi and is especially large and delicious.

This is a wonderful sushi restaurant where you can spend a luxurious time wearing casual clothes.


It's a small, hidden restaurant with a counter and two or three tables.
Apparently there weren't many reservations that day, so they let us try out a variety of different foods.
The ingredients are made with a little extra effort and are very delicious.
The general seemed stubborn at first glance, but when I talked to him, he was very friendly and we had a great time.
Ingredients other than sushi, such as mullet roe and red bean liver, are also quite exquisite.
This time I ordered the ¥12,000 course.
I had a rare and valuable experience comparing the tastes of yellowfin tuna, tuna, and mackerel.
There is a coin parking lot in front of the parking lot.


Great for sake lovers!
All of the dishes that come out in the course go well with sake, so it's a problem if the alcohol goes well. Each and every item is designed with the ingenuity of the target in mind, and you will be happy no matter what you receive.
The story of the generous general is also interesting, and he always apologizes for drinking too much.
I don't go there often, but I definitely want to go on special occasions.

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