4 based on 21 reviews
Oma is the most famous place in Japan for tuna. It is line- caught, single- hook fishing and the cold waters of the Tsuruga Straits yield the fattiest tuna on earth. Oma no Maguro, as itâs known, fetches huge prices in Tokyo restaurants. But itâs a better deal in Oma.I tried Hamazushi, which seems to have the highest reputation for being picky about taking the best of the best. Whatever they are doing, itâs working. I tried the tuna rice bowl, and it was a world apart from the best I have had to date. Definitely the best tuna I have ever had. There were three cuts: regular maguro, chu toro and o toro. Soooo good.There were only locals there the night I went in, the last day of Golden Week, and the counter had only one other patron, though most of the tables were full. The atmosphere was pretty much like any other sushi bar in a small Japanese town.A must- dine- at restaurant of you are anywhere near Oma.
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