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Sushi Rekireki Omicho
This sushi restaurant is located in a seafood market, Omicho Market, in Kanazawa City in Ishikawa prefecture. The market is also a popular tourist destination. This restaurant is a sister restaurant of Mitsukawa that is one of Kanazawa's prestigious restaurants. It is popular as it offers sushi with premium local ingredients for reasonable prices. They serve a reasonable fixed menu for lunch and various a la carte dishes including a dish made with a local vegetable called Kaga yasai along with the sushi. The restaurant is crowded with locals and tourists alike every day.
- 27-1 Jitsuken-machi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
- Contact No.
- 16-min walk from JR Kanazawa Station
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:30‐14:30, 17:00‐20:00
Closed on Mondays
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- Average price per person: 3,000-4,000 for lunch, 8,000-10,000 for dinner Menu: Chef's selection nigiri sushi - kame 3,000 yen Credit cards accepted
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Premium Sushi at a Friendly Price
Rekireki is a sister restaurant of Kanazawa's famous high-end restaurant Mitsukawa. You can enjoy their mastery of sushi and outstanding taste for a reasonable price. They offer high-grade sushi and seafood dishes from the nearby ocean.
The Most Popular Omakase Nigiri - Kame for Lunch
The chef's selection sushi mix, Omakase Nigiri - Kame (3,000 yen), consists of ten pieces of nigiri sushi, a roll with nori and soup or chawan-mushi (savory egg custard dish). The nigiri sushi includes local special ingredients in season, such as the high-grade fish nodoguro (blackthroat sea perch) and gasuebi (offshore greasyback prawn). You will be very satisfied with this generous portion and the quality of fish.
A Rare Ingredient in this Region: Nihamaguri
One of the most popular ingredients here is nihamaguri (market price). It is a boiled and marinated clam, and you rarely see it in Ishikawa Prefecture. The savory clam is chewy yet tender, and the rich sauce has just the right amount of sweetness.