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Yohei Sushi

ADDRESS: 1111 Dillingham Blvd, Suite E1A, Honolulu, HI 96817

CUISINE: Japanese/Sushi

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Smoke Free

DETAILS

Traditional Japanese sushi shines at Kazuto Obara's Yohei Sushi, with standouts such as misoyako butterfish, unagi and udon.

Beer, wine and sake available. Serving lunch and dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.

From Honolulu Star-Advertiser:

"Kazuto Obara's no-frills restaurant in a Kapalama strip mall is the last place you'd expect to find 'the best sushi in town,' but that's exactly what Honolulu restaurant insiders (and regulars) such as Rokkaku owner Kazuhiro Sotomatsu call it. What makes Yohei so good? A wide selection that Obara - he's the head sushi chef as well as owner - has shipped in two to three times a week from Japan."


"Yohei is difficult to find - tucked away in a small, nondescript complex just before Dillingham Boulevard crosses the bridge into Kalihi, Honolulu's industrial area. But it's well worth the hunt, especially for lovers of authentic Tokyo-style sushi."

- Frommer's

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Traditional Japanese sushi shines at Kazuto Obara's Yohei Sushi, with standouts such as misoyako butterfish, unagi and udon.

 

From Honolulu Star-Advertiser:

"Kazuto Obara's no-frills restaurant in a Kapalama strip mall is the last place you'd expect to find 'the best sushi in town,' but that's exactly what Honolulu restaurant insiders (and regulars) such as Rokkaku owner Kazuhiro Sotomatsu call it. What makes Yohei so good? A wide selection that Obara - he's the head sushi chef as well as owner - has shipped in two to three times a week from Japan."


"Yohei is difficult to find - tucked away in a small, nondescript complex just before Dillingham Boulevard crosses the bridge into Kalihi, Honolulu's industrial area. But it's well worth the hunt, especially for lovers of authentic Tokyo-style sushi."

- Frommer's
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Beer, wine and sake available. Serving lunch and dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.

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