Sumo wrestlers in Japan are well known for the massive amounts of calories they consume per day. However, Sushi restaurants internationally are not well known for their patrons leaving the restaurant very full without paying a serious premium for the pleasure of doing so on Japanese cuisine. Haru Sumo Sushi seems to be a happy medium for the two. It is very common for people all over the world to say things like “I find sushi to be delicious but it is really expensive and it just doesn’t fill me up”. Rather than taking this kind of person with you on your next sushi extravaganza and instructing them to order an extra bowl of rice to fill them up, we recommend you take them to this fine establishment. It’s a place where eating like a sumo wrestler and enjoying the delights of raw fish will not break your budget for the week. Haru Sumo Sushi is well known by Malmo locals for their occulent large plates of sushi rolls and sashimi. These delectable-looking half-meter circular plates of tuna, uni, salmon, octopus, and eel are enough to make almost anyone’s mouth water. They also serve other traditional side dishes like Japanese gyoza, seaweed salad, yakiniku, yakitori, and tempura. Haru Sumo Sushi is an excellent choice for lunch or dinner with stupendous service and a warm welcoming owner. This place will feel like home before you can even say “itatakimasu!”.