Shiku Sushi, La Jolla
San Diego County
Restaurant Realty recently sold Shiku Sushi in La Jolla. Martin Cramer, a Broker Associate of Restaurant Realty, represented both the buyers and sellers in this transaction.
Hitoshi and Mandy Yuhara recently achieved their long-term goal of becoming restaurant owners with the purchase of Shiku Sushi on Prospect Avenue in La Jolla in November 2021. They purchased Shiku Sushi from Johnny Kim and his wife Sung Kim.
The Yuhara’s are natives of Southern California and recently relocated from Las Vegas, NV where Hitoshi worked as general manager of the Olde Homestead Steakhouse at Caesar’s Palace. While at Caesar’s Palace, Hitoshi increased revenues for Old Homestead Steakhouse from $12.7 million to $15.5 million sales in 3 years due to his extensive experience operating a variety of restaurants over his 15+ year career. In addition to running various restaurants at Caesar’s Palace for 7 years, he also worked at Rok Sushi Kitchen in Hermosa Beach, Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, and Café Del Rey in Marina Del Rey, prior to purchasing Shiku Sushi.
Shiku Sushi sources their fish from all over the world, including from New Zealand, Japan and Fiji, in order to offer guests, the highest-quality meals.
In addition to being known for their fresh ingredients, the restaurant has earned a reputation for their signature dishes, and their unique names. Rolls like the Jewel Roll, Tiger Woulds Roll and I’m So Baked Roll are popular among diners. The restaurant also offers sashimi with a twists, giving guests a choice of unique sauces to pair.