With more and more people ordering take out in Japan, and while they may not be known as take out restaurants, some popular conveyor-belt sushi chains have jumped on the bandwagon too! Here are some takeout sushi recommendations from Kappa sushi, Sushiro, Kura Sushi, and Genki Sushi.
There are plenty of budget-friendly sushi options for your next #stayhome dinner.
Kappa Sushi: 20% Off Coupon! Takeout-Only Mega Set
Kappa Sushi has a new insane take-out only set, namely the 3.5kg(!) "Mega Seafood Ikura Chirashi Sushi ". They also have their “Ima Dake Mori”(Now Only Set) "Kazoke Manpuku Ima Dake Set" (Now Only Full Family Set), which came onto the scene in May.
But kids might be excited to try out the “Okosama Set”, which comes with awesome Kappa Sushi original toys! All these are to be implemented at every Kappa Sushi branch.
The “Ima Dake Mori” uses their most popular sushi toppings (neta). It includes the refreshing and crisp tastes of their signature Takaebi, Beef Toro and Beef Toro Teri. We can’t wait to try out this budget-friendly sushi set!
Prices excluding tax:
1 person: 870 yen
2 people: 1740 yen
3 people: 2610 yen
The “Kazoku Manpuku Ima Dake Set” is meant for about 4 people, including 3 portions of temaki sushi, 2 portions of fried chicken, and 2 portions of fried potatoes. Thinking about this set is making me hungry as I write!
Price for 4 people: 5,400 yen (excluding tax)
Of course, there’s also the “Okosama Set”, which has two different types: 1. Ikura and Tobiko, 2. Tuna and corn. The gachapon toys and original cards will be chosen at random, so the kids can have fun finding out their surprise present!
Price for 1 child: 490 yen (excluding tax)
Kappa Sushi will also be offering four new takeout options from Wednesday, June 3, as below:
・”Kiwami Set” (1160 yen per person, tax not included)
Large Toro, Medium Toro, Ikijime Hamachi, Akaebi, Tuna, Ikijime Mackerel, Scallops, Salmon, Tokumori Ikura, Squid, Ikijime Large Shrimp
・”Hanayaka Set” (930 yen per person, tax not included)
Chu-toro, Ikijime Hamachi, Akaebi, Tuna, Ikijime Red Snapper, scallop, salmon, toro salmon, engawa, Tokumori Ikura, Tokumori Tuna Tataki, Thick Yaki Tamago
・”Nigiwai Set” (790 yen per person, excluding tax)
Chu-toro, tuna, Maika Squid, Toro Salmon, scallops, shrimp, sweet prawns, Simmered, Anago, engawa, salmon roe, special-sized seared tuna, Thick Yaki Tamago
・”Manzoku set” (790 yen / per person tax not included)
Tuna, bincho tuna, shrimp, sweet prawn, maika squid, salmon, toro salmon, egg, salmon roe, seafood tuna, salad gunkan, corn
Sushiro: Great Value Temaki Sushi and Original Sauce!
Sushiro is known far and wide, and now their takeout menus are making citizens drool in every corner of the country! Let’s check out their sets: "Sushiro Temaki Set" (2-3 servings) 1980 yen, "Sushiro Tokujo Temaki Set" (2-3 servings) 2980 yen, and "Sushiro Set 12-Shu" 1950 Yen, "Sushiro Tokujo Set 12-Shu" 3750 yen (excluding tax). You can order your sushi online via the Sushiro app or their website.
You can even get their special “Sushiro Awase Soy Sauce” to take home, as they started selling this in all stores nationwide in April!
Kura Sushi: Get a Sushi Chef Hat With the Temaki Set!
Among the takeaway sets, there is the "Temaki Set" (980 yen for 2-3 people, 1580 yen for 4-5 people) and the "Ouchi-kura Sushi Set" (980 yen for 2-3 people, 1580 yen for 4-5 people). When you order one of these, you get a cute sushi chef hat with the Kura Sushi logo! In addition, they also have the "Sushi & Bukkake Udon Set" 300 yen (excluding tax) and their “Dai Service Set” an assortment of 10 popular sushi types, which is just 2000 yen for 50 pieces (excluding tax)!
At Kura Sushi , you can even take home udon and ramen that were previously sold only inside the store! On Monday, May 25, they started takeaway noodles such as udon and ramen, which sell more than 20 million meals a year, at 29 stores nationwide.
Genki Sushi: 200-300 Yen Light Sets!
From March 4, Genki Sushi rolled out their “Otegara Sets”, which are light takeaway sushi sets for just 200-300 yen (excluding tax). They even have a “Petite Deli Set” which is a combination of three popular fried foods and edamame for 540 yen (excluding tax), and the special "tuna special set", which is a special tuna, and is available for a limited time of 834 yen (excluding tax).
From June 12th (Friday) to 21st (Sunday), an advantageous service set with a "Free Draft beer coupon" will be sold for Father's Day only. The prices are: "Genki 6 servings" 4860 yen / 54 ken, "Genki 5 servings" 4050 yen / 45 ken, "Genki 4 servings" 3240 yen / 36 ken, "Genki 3 servings" 2430 yen / 27 ken (excluding tax).
*Products not sold at some stores and prices may differ.
So what are you waiting for?! Kick up your feet and grab some takeout sushi this weekend!
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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