Musashi Japanese Fusion to Serve Sushi in Frisco

The new restaurant could open sometime in summer of 2023.
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A new Japanese sushi restaurant is planned for Frisco. David Cho, founder and owner of Musashi Japanese Fusion, recently submitted architectural drawings to the city and is now in the bidding process with a couple of contractors.

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“As soon as we have decided the contractor, we’re projecting to get underway with construction,” Cho explained. It could take 120 days to complete construction on the 2,500-square-foot space at 4606 Frisco Green Ave., #103 in Frisco. Musashi Japanese Fusion could open to the public sometime this summer.

Cho previously owned sushi restaurants in Austin, Cho Sushi Japanese Fusion, which he sold about a year ago. Cho researched the Dallas area before deciding to open Musashi Japanese Fusion in Frisco. “We felt like the location and the demographics were just right for us. Frisco is an up-and-coming city. It’s already big, but it’s just growing even more and more,” Cho said.

Musashi Japanese Fushion will serve freshly sourced fish from Japan, Los Angeles, New York, and Hawaii. “We’re going to be serving sushi with some Japanese cuisine, as well,” Cho said. “I’m looking froward to getting involved with the community and trying to source good products for our clientele.”

Amber D. Browne

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