- Address: Japan, Kyoto Prefecture, 604-8213 Kyoto, Yuyanagi-cho Nakagyo-ku 189
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-752045543
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids
About Awomb, Kyoto
A one-of-its-kind DIY Sushi restaurant in Japan, Awomb, Kyoto lets you create your own sushi from your choice of ingredients and styles. This interesting experience of making your own sushi makes this restaurant a favorite among tourists and locals alike. Due to its immense popularity, the Awomb, Kyoto always has large waiting queues; so, it is always recommended that you reserve a table before visiting this restaurant. If you are searching for places to eat in Kyoto, you must add Awomb to your trip plan.
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How To reach Awomb by Public Transport
- Private Vehicles/Cabs
- Nearest Train Station : Karasuma Station
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Things to Know Before Visiting Awomb
0.01% of people who visit Kyoto include Awomb in their plan
95% of people start their Awomb visit around 11 AM
People usually take around to see Awomb
95% of people prefer to travel by train while visiting Awomb
People normally also visit Horinouecho while planning their trip to Awomb.
Awomb, Kyoto Reviews
If you're in Kyoto then I would 100% book Awomb. Don't let the "reservation by phone only" put you off. I called from Australia and it was fine. It was the cutest and funnest way of eating sushi. You can mix and experiment while making your sushi rolls. The sparking saké was also great.
It's difficult to book a table here ( So you should better think about that in advance! Amazing fish ❤️
Loved this place. Wonderful service and very creative way of eating sushi. You get to make it yourself. So great!!
Interesting experience. Definitely very instagram worthy with beautiful display. But expensive for the portion without particularly good taste, and lines are long too. Probably won't come back again.
I had a wonderful experience. The restaurant is split so that no room feels too small or too big, and it felt very welcoming since we walked in. There are 3 options for the plate and they are similar but with a few additional pieces of sashimi for the pricier one; I recommend the middle one. We had a seasonal edamame soup that we really enjoyed. It was flavorful and had a handful of edamame beans at the bottom for the last slurp. The main dish was carefully explained to us by the chef along with how to eat it. Each of the 12 sections has multiple items to taste, and when you combine that with the additional seasonings and spices you get an insane number of possible combinations. I had a bite where I combined pork with some of the heavier spices like chili, wasabi, and pepper, while I also had others where I mixed a fruit with cheese and some other vegetables and nuts. The rice was also very tasty, and maybe a bit on the sweeter side. I really enjoyed my experience and for less than ¥2500 per person I thought I got a great deal.
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