Game-Day Eats

A La Carte

February 4, 2018

Story By: Stephanie Kim | Photos by: Kozo Sushi

Deluxe Maki Set ($29.99)

With great value and flavors in every dish, it’s no wonder why Kozo Sushi is beloved for its array of sushi, bentos, donburis and platters.

The eatery, which first opened in Japan in 1972, made a name for itself as one of the most popular takeout sushi restaurants. Today, Kozo Sushi has expanded to a number of locations right here in the Islands.

What’s more, the restaurant has exactly what you need to supply a party or big gathering with its stellar party platter selection.

Deluxe Nigiri Set ($36.99)

Get the party going today for Super Bowl Sunday by picking up a platter, or two, to fuel your team at home. Among the eight party platters available is Deluxe Maki Set ($29.99) with 24 pieces of maki sushi (futomaki, egg maki and California maki), four pieces of inari, and 24 pieces of hosomaki (ume, kanpyo, cucumber and shinko).

Swing by any one of the various locations throughout the state — such as Pearlridge Center or King Street — to kick off the game with scrumptious fare.


Score big this Super Bowl Sunday by providing the game-winning meal of a Kozo Sushi party platter. The eatery has a number of locations on the island where you can stop in before the big game. Enjoy one or more of the eight platters available, such as Deluxe Nigiri Set ($36.99) with 27 pieces of nigiri, including ahi, ika, egg, negitoro, ikura, masago, ebi, unagi and salmon; and 18 pieces of hosomaki, including tekka, cucumber and shinko.

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