Reservations

AVAILABLE DATES IN DECEMBER :

WEEK 4801. (2 seats) 02. (6 seats)

WEEK 4908. (4 seats) 10. (4 seats)

WEEK 5014. (6 seats) 15. (4 seats)

( After you have requested your date, please wait for an email from us )

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Cancellations should be made at least 3 days in advance.

We offer 1 seating Wednesday through Saturday at 18:00 (6pm).

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OMAKASE MENU ; 1.800 SEK (incl. 12% VAT)

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*Unfortunately we do not accept any dietary restrictions containing soy, nor can we accept vegans, or vegetarians.






    Stigbergsliden 17
    414 63, Göteborg
    Sweden

    Directions

    From the stop Centralstationen, Göteborg platform D, take tram 3, 9 or 11 to stop Stigbergstorget, Göteborg platform B or C.

    The ride takes approx. 13-15 minutes. The ticket fare is around 35 sek and can be paid on the trams middle section.


    Please notice that tram 3 and 9 stop at platform B, while tram 11 stops at platform C. The restaurant is located less than a minute from both stops.

    Welcome !

    INGREDIENTS

    HOZE is a traditional sushiya where we serve “edomae” which we translate as “edo” (former Tokyo) and “mae” (in front, also meaning style).

    Therefore we use seafood from only the northern waters surrounding the Scandinavian countries, as it is there we are currently located.

    Over the years we have sourced the best produce we can get our hands on by building personal relationships with other passionate people, our rice is from a young producer in Shika, Ishikawa prefecture, which works with his parents, the vinegar is made by a family that has produced it for over 5 generations from Miyzazu, Kyoto prefecture, our wasabi comes from a small collective of farmers in Shizuoka prefecture, the soy sauce is from a factory that is now over 300 years old and considered one of the oldest in the world located in Ibaraki prefecture, still making soy sauce as in the old days, and most of our fish comes from a small fishmonger here in Gothenburg, which I have built up a relationship with since the 10+ years we’ve been open.

    We think traditions should be learnt from, and relationships kept strong to keep the spirit of sushi alive.