Kosasa Sushi Restaurant, a hidden gem in Shinsen, Shibuya

Kozasa is a popular sushi restaurant that is always fully booked.

Its popularity is also known for its difficulty in getting reservations.

In this article, we will introduce you to Kosasa.

Kosasa’s location and atmosphere

Interior view of Kosasa

Kozasa is a sushi restaurant located about a 4-minute walk from Shinsen Station on the Keio Inokashira Line and about an 11-minute walk from Shibuya Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, in a secluded location behind a private house.

When you step into the restaurant, you will find only nine counter seats, creating a simple but relaxing atmosphere.

The restaurant is only open from 6:00 p.m. onwards, but it is open until 11:00 p.m., so it is easy to drop by after work.

The charm of Kosasa

At Kozasa, the owner, Mr. Sasaki, personally purchases the highest quality fresh fish from Tsukiji and uses it in his sushi.

The types of ingredients used are carefully selected, so there is not an abundance of variety, but the prices are reasonable for Edomae Sushi in the city center.
The owner’s skillful and delicate craftsmanship gives the sushi its original flavor, and we hope you will enjoy it. 

Kosasa’s Recommended Menu

We recommend the omakase course (22,000 yen per person, tax included), which is available upon request.

The course consists of 5 snacks and 11 types of nigiri and maki, which are carefully selected from Tsukiji and offer a full range of high-quality ingredients.

Kosasa Review

Information and summary of Ozasa

Facility name Kosasa
Address Corpo K 1F, 10-12 Shinsencho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Phone number 050-5325-5139
Approximate budget Approximately 22,000 yen per person (tax included)~
Official website Not listed

What do you think? In this article, we have introduced Kosasa.

While they don’t have many different types of fish, they do have a wide selection of fish that sushi lovers will find irresistible.

Please take this opportunity to visit Kosasa.