Sushi chef, Shogo Noshi, opened a small 30 seat sushi restaurant, Noshi Sushi, in 1983. At the time, Japanese owned restaurants in Korea town were very unusual. His large portions, fresh fish and authenticity soon spread by word of mouth.

Shogo Noshi's 50 years of experience and cutting technique quickly gained him loyal customers. Two months later customers were already lining up even before opening time.

In 1990 Noshi Sushi moved to its current location to accommodate more than 100 seats. Since then, experienced Sushi chefs have maintained the traditional Japanese taste of sushi when making sushi. In addition to the basic sushi, the restaurant also offers Spider Roll and the California Roll made with real Crab in response to many of our customer requests.

Our original recipe of Spicy Tuna is voted as the best in Los Angeles. The homemade tempura and teriyaki are also highly popular. Noshi Sushi has remained largely unchanged and is committed to providing traditional Japanese cuisine.