Jeremy Umland, founder of Ozumo, found his passion for Japanese cuisine as an exchange student in 1979. Situated in the Port of Fukuoka, north of Nagasaki Province, Jeremy became fully immersed in Japan’s culture and hospitality. Many years later, upon relocation to San Francisco, he began to develop the Ozumo concept, opening the first restaurant inside Kimpton’s Harbor Court Hotel in 2001. Despite the Bay Area’s thriving Asian Cuisine culture, Ozumo set itself apart by truly focusing on the grand culture and beauty of Japanese food, drink, and custom.
Ozumo San Francisco was the first U.S. Restaurant designed by Japan’s renowned Super Potato Design, lending true authenticity to its aesthetic approach. It was one of the first large-scale, high-end Japanese dining experiences offering sushi & sashimi, a robata grill, and the largest premium imported sake list in the U.S. Ozumo has been awarded “Top 100 Restaurants” by the San Francisco Chronicle, and continues to rank as a top restaurant in the city’s fine-dining market.
May 2021 marks the 20th Anniversary of Ozumo San Francisco and we look forward to welcoming our guests for many more years to come.
KOBE BEEF ASSOCIATION CERTIFICATION
We are honored to be certified by the Official Kobe Beef Association.
Ozumo San Francisco is one of very few restaurants in the entire United States that serve certified Kobe Beef.
OZUMO IS COMMITTED TO THE ACCESSIBILITY AND USABILITY OF ITS WEBSITE, WWW.OZUMO.COM, FOR ALL PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. OUR TEAM IS CONTINUOUSLY WORKING TO IMPLEMENT THE WORLD WIDE WEB CONSORTIUM’S WEB CONTENT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES 2.0 LEVEL AA.
IF AT ANY TIME YOU HAVE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT THE ACCESSIBILITY OF ANY WEB PAGE ON OUR WEBSITE, PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL TO INFO@OZUMO.COM. IF YOU DO ENCOUNTER AN ACCESSIBILITY ISSUE, PLEASE BE SURE TO MENTION THE SPECIFIC WEB PAGE IN YOUR EMAIL, AND WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO MAKE THAT PAGE ACCESSIBLE FOR YOU.