Friday, September 18, 2009

Oomasa: Where the Sushi Craze Originated



Oomasa:  Where the Sushi Craze Originated





If you are looking for sushi, tempura, or teriyaki, then this is the Japanese restaurant for you.  Oomasa  has become one of my favorite restaurants.  The casual and fresh ingredients give you a taste of real Japanese cuisine.  Oomasa has been in Little Tokyo for a long time, and helped foster the sushi craze which spread from Los Angeles to the rest of the country back in the day.  You might have seen this little place on TV's Remington Steele.  Take a visit and let me know what you think.





"The taste and spirit of the experiences as a sushi chef in Japan is seen everywhere in the store, and you feel like you are really in a sushi restaurant in Japan.   Oomasa Restaurant was established in April 1972 in Little Tokyo.  Masaharu and Otoe Motoyama opened the restaurant in the middle of 1st Street before moving into the Japanese Village Plaza.  A fixture in Little Toyko, Oomasa has stood the test of time by offering authentic Japanese cuisine to its customers.  Oomasa is named after one of the two famous Masas (family members in the Shogun Era)."  

(213) 623-9048

100 Japanese Village Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012

www.japaneserestaurantinfo.com/oomasa






Order online or contact me for catering.

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Oomasa Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Credit:  www.japaneserestaurantinfo.com/oomasa/, http://oomasasushi.com/, http://www.pcrcorp.org/bif-grantee-success-stories, https://greekxican.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/oomasawb.pdf

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