Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost region, is one of the country’s leading areas for seafood. So it makes sense that it’s a famous region to go for fresh and delicious sushi at affordable prices.

If you want to “Eat delicious Hokkaido sushi until you’re full to bursting,” Uoppshu Sapporo store is a restaurant where you can do just that. Here, we’ll look at some of the fantastic dishes Uoppshu has to offer.

We’ll be going through all the recommended dishes you can’t miss from their wide variety of fish and sake on their all-you-can-eat menu!

Uoppshu: Seasonal fish for reasonable prices

Uoppshu is located on the first basement floor of the NC Kita Sen Kita 3 Jonishi Building, which is a 3-minute walk from JR Sapporo Station and a 1-minute walk from Sapporo Subway Station Exit 24. Outside the building’s entrance is this fish sign (above), so you can use it as a landmark when looking for the restaurant.

Uoppshu is located on the first basement floor of the NC Kita Sen Kita 3 Jonishi Building, which is a 3-minute walk from JR Sapporo Station and a 1-minute walk from Sapporo Subway Station Exit 24.

Outside the building’s entrance is this fish sign (above), so you can use it as a landmark when looking for the restaurant.

You can try out different delicious fish at reasonable prices.

There are a lot of sushi restaurants in Sapporo, but not many all-you-can-eat spots. Bringing in seasonal fish from the harbors, Uoppshu is one of the few places where you can still get fish at affordable prices.

Here, sushi is a given, but you can also get fish arranged in various ways, such as in the form of sashimi, “nitsuke” (boiled in soy sauce), stir-fries, and fried.

Private room

In addition to the regular table seating, there is also a private room that can accommodate 4-5 people. You can enjoy your meal without worrying about your surroundings in an intimate space.

The restaurant has a casual vibe

We asked the Uoppshu manager, Daichi Izumi, to tell us about the special characteristics of the restaurant:

“Our restaurant is mainly all-you-can-eat and drink, and we have a wide range of dishes such as traditional Japanese food, seafood, meat dishes, and hotpot dishes.

“We have several different all-you-can-eat and drink plans, and what you get varies depending on the day of the week, the time you enter the restaurant, and the current pricing.

“First, you’ll be given five plates of sushi decided by the chefs (this is called ‘omakase‘), after which you can order in plates of 5 provided you leave no leftovers.

“The seating time for all-you-can-eat is 120 minutes, but the last order for food is 45 minutes before the end, and the last order for drinks is 30 minutes before the end.

“The all-you-can-drink menu has a variety of drinks, such as soft drinks, sake, wine, and cocktails. We have a lot of different types of sushi so …

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