This beloved SGV yama sushi counter just opened up shop on the Westside


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Yama sushi Seafood, which is well-known throughout the San Gabriel Valley for its delectable, inexpensive sushi, has recently quietly launched a second shop in Mar Vista, complete with Japanese market goods, snacks, and drinks.

One of Time Out’s favorite secret spots in the 626, the venerable quick-service counter. And mini-mart secretly opened its new Westside outpost for lunch in the middle of July. The more modern successor to the original outlet in San Gabriel, known as Yama Sushi Sake & Attitude, will soon increase its daily hours of operation from 11 am to 3 pm to 11 am to 7 pm starting on August 11.

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The family-run business has been providing the SGV community with freshly cut trays of inexpensive sashimi and California rolls. As well as massive pre-ordered platters of maki for parties and large gatherings since 1984. Along with vegan sushi rolls and other takeout-friendly cold case products produced in-house. Yama Sushi Sake & Attitude, which is situated on the corner of National and Barrington, is now serving all three of these well-liked options in Mar Vista.


Although the specific fish selection at Yama Sushi changes every day, customers may consistently find more common cuts like salmon, tuna, yellowtail, and octopus at the counter, along with a few more expensive options like scallops and fatty tuna. The lunch-friendly menu at the Westside site is completed with a wide variety of vibrant drinks and snacks. Which has drawn both locals and devoted Yama fans.

Yama Sushi Sake & Attitude 11709 National Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
Temporary hours of operation: Daily 11 am–3 pm
Hours of operation beginning August 11: Daily 11 am–7 pm

The History of Yama Seafood

1976: On July 4, Kingo Yamanashi made his debut in the fish business by spending $1,200 on 8 pieces of bluefin tuna in Boston.

  1. When it was first caught, tuna was mostly used for sport fishing in the US and was not a fish that people ate.
    1. To sell the tuna to Japanese chefs, Kingo traveled to Boston every morning and back to New York.
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    3. The Yama Company was founded in Colts Neck, New Jersey, in 1977.
  2. Yama Seafood, Inc. was founded in the Meatpacking District of New York City in 1980.
  3. Yama Seafood, Inc. moved in 1991 to the present-day facility in Jersey City, New Jersey.
  4. Many of our staff members have worked for Yama Seafood for more than 30 years. Because of the solid business culture we have established.

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