Nun Ranch Temporary Sushi (while Zushi) from the second generation big @ Amagasaki Central shopping street Soba
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The Namba Hachiman Shrine in Amagasaki City is near a small shrine.
A small sushi restaurant in the town where the predecessor opened.
Mr. Second generation who brought it to the downtown area
And next to the restaurant of Japanese food here, and also the genre is different, but also OPEN to wine and nun
In addition, Osaka Minami
This is the origin of talented O president
You can eat sushi in a tavern sense.
It is a shop of the people’s ally. I used to come here a long time ago.
Lunch is more profitable ^ ^
I’m not drinking today.
I put up with noon
The order looks great. “Manpuki 12” 930 yen
It seems to be able to order other than lunch time.
The red stock will follow for lunch.
Steamed egg custard + 200 yen burn I tried to stick within 1,000 yen
Because it takes a lot of time to come out when the customer overlaps the timing bad
Caution is required. But is it Amagasaki love to have lunch on Sundays?
A nun is springing up!
No good pictures-sorry
In the old days, I was afraid of serving craftsmen, but what about now?
It is not in the high-class shop, so consider that kind of
Bad, isn’t it?
There is a lunch from 600 yen, and it is anxious to have a sushi.
Shall we have a drink at the counter this time?
I’m going to go to various places to say so.
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The shop information is at the time that went. Please check with the shop for details.
Shop name Temporary sushi (while Zushi)
Address 4-55-1 Kanda Kita-dori, Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo 660-0883
Phone number 06-4869-5019
Business HoursMon-Thu, Sun: 11:30-23:00 (L.O.) Friday, Saturday and holiday: 11:30-23:00 (L.O.)
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Eating logTemporary sushi（Sushi/Amagasaki Station (Hanshin)、Deyashiki Station）
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