Japanese restaurant serves world’s most expensive sushi worth Rs 2 lakh

Osaka's Sushi Kirimon claims Guinness World Record for a lavish sushi dish costing JP¥350,000 (Rs 2lakh).

Sushi Kirimon, a restaurant nestled in Osaka, has made global headlines by creating the planet’s most luxurious sushi platter. The record-breaking dish, known as “Kiwami Omakase,” features an ensemble of flavours and textures that has captivated food enthusiasts, accompanied by a substantial price tag of JP¥350,000, approximately 2 lakhs.

This extraordinary culinary feat has earned Sushi Kirimon an esteemed place in the Guinness World Records. The restaurant’s commitment to preserving the essence of traditional Japanese cuisine while adding a twist has resulted in a gastronomic adventure.


The “Kiwami Omakase” experience is an artistic blend of Japanese traditions and handpicked ingredients sourced from diverse corners of the nation. This indulgent journey consists of 20 handcrafted sushi pieces. Diners can savour the delicate fusion of thinly sliced raw fish, or nigiri, atop seasoned rice, along with enticing sashimi and two skillfully rolled maki.

Prior to this, the title of the world’s priciest sushi belonged to a creation adorned with diamonds and gold leaf, priced at 91,800 Philippine Pesos in 2010. However, Sushi Kirimon’s opulent Kiwami Omakase has redefined luxury dining.

Beyond its extravagant price, the dish is a gateway to Washoku, epitomizing the charm of traditional Japanese cuisine. Sushi Kirimon has ingeniously transformed ingredients into Japanese culture, tantalizing not only taste buds but also imaginations.

Sushi Kirimon’s Kiwami Omakase emerges as an epitome of culinary artistry and innovation. While it caters to those seeking an unparalleled dining affair, it concurrently pays homage to Japan’s culinary legacy.


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