I will rank the different kinds of mackerel sushi you can inexpensively get in Japan. This mackerel is usually marinated in vinegar.
Although you can receive better sushi at high quality and expensive sushi restaurants or manufacturers than the kinds of sushi I rank on this page.
No.3 BATTERA: Pressed Sushi with Konbu and Thinly Sliced Mackerel
No.2 Fatty Mackerel Pressed Sushi of Sushiro
Sushiro スシロー is a sushi restaurant chain.
Fatty Mackerel Pressed Sushi
4 slices 400 yen (432 yen)
8 slices 780 yen (842 yen)
(including 8% tax)
It is a type of pressed sushi called Oshizushi 押し寿司 in Japanese.
This restaurant's one is rolled with Takana.
The restaurant uses Japanese (domestic) fatty mackerel.
I put some soy sauce and wasabi on it.
Sushi restaurant name
- This sushi restaurant offers food both for here and to go.
- No service fee / No cover charge
- No smoking
- Tax is not included in the prices.
- Most sushi items cost 100, 150 or 300 yen.
I went to eat sushi inside the restaurant.
No sooner had I had a seat than I ordered Pressed Sushi, because they sell it in a limited quantity, and it requires long time to make.
English picture menu is available at their restaurants.
However, on the official website, English menu is not available.
There are more than 500 Sushiro スシロー Restaurants all over Japan.
No. 1 Kinka-Mackerel Rolled Sushi of Ito-Yokado
Ito-Yokado is a supermarket chain that is not restaurant.
It contains Kinka-mackerel, cucumber and pickled ginger.
4 slices 550 yen (594 yen)
Rolled Sushi is softer than Pressed Sushi.
Some supermarkets of Ito-Yokado chain maybe don't have this sushi in stock.
Prices and information are as of May 2019.