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Prices naturally vary considerably depending on what you order, with sushi platters like the one pictured below costing between ¥1050 and ¥2310, with the highest grade option including a slice of prized Ishigaki beef. The menu is extensive, and is not limited to seafood. Other popular options include the 'Tonkatsu Teishoku' which consists of deep fried pork and sashimi. Seafood lovers will probably prefer the 'Akebono Teishoku', which pairs sashimi with tenpura. Both of these teishoku (set menu) offerings include mozuku, rice, and soup.
It should be noted that there is no English translation of the menu, hence a knowledge of basic Japanese is likely to come in handy when ordering
Akebono is found on the western outskirts of the Misakichou entertainment district. Its frontage is rather anonymous, but its ground-floor location makes it relatively easy to find once you’re in the right area.
There is a Coco convenience store on the opposite site of the road, although take care not to confuse this with the main Coco store which is found near the entrance to the nightlife area.