Do you have a little sushi lover or thinking of introducing sushi to your little one? Why don’t you let them hop onboard the sushi train at Kumo Kaitien Sushi to satisfy all sushi craving? Watch their eyes dazzle with excitement as they see all the different kind of sushi go around and round!

Kumo Kaiten Sushi has opened up under a new management (previously called KAWA), and we know we have to give this place a try!

Conveniently located near the Cockburn Central Train Station, ample free parking is available along the streets. The restaurant’s atmosphere instantly transports you back to Japan, with the friendliness of the staff alongside the Japanese music in the background.

We arrived at their opening time and the conveyor belt was quickly filling up with different coloured plates of sushi. There is a wide selection on the conveyor belt, from popular sushi to nigiri and sashimi and other side dishes. Or you can use their QR code on the table to look through their whole menu and order anything else.

The prices of the coloured plates range from the classic $3.90 to the more premium choice at $12.50. My girls were in full concentration, watching the sushi belt as they did not want to miss picking out their favourite sushi plate.

We get to watch the chef working on the sashimi (using one of his fancy knives on display!) while we nom away.

The girls enjoyed their classic tuna sushi and katsu chicken sushi.

My salmon sashimi was immaculately plated! It was very fresh and I appreciated the thick cut of the fish and also the fresh wasabi that they provide.

We decided to try out their hot dishes on the menu as well.

Missy 9 tried their recommended dish, Tonkotsu Ramen. The noodles were al dente, served in a rich and creamy soup cooked with pork bones. The well-torched pork belly slices elevated the whole dish, giving it a nice char flavour with each bite. Missy 9 said the lava egg was the best!

Missy 6 had the Oyakodon (simmered chicken and egg rice bowl). The tender chicken alongside the soft egg scramble was delicious. The rice in the rice bowl was drenched with their flavourful sauce and tasted on the sweeter side, which the kids loved!

This restaurant is kids’ friendly. There are plenty of tables available for big/small groups and bar counter seats. Toilets are located inside the shop and baby chairs are available. Vegetarian options are available on the menu too. There is a café and the Cockburn Central Water Park across the road.

Overall, the dishes are decently portioned and reasonably priced. We would definitely go back to try out their tempura udon and bento box!


Kumo Kaiten Sushi

Address: 20 Signal Terrace, Cockburn Central, WA 6164


Opening Hours:


Wednesday 11:00 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm
Thursday 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm
Friday 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm
Saturday 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm
Sunday 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed



About Silvia Goh

Mum of two girls and working as a registered nurse. Originally from Singapore, I have spent the last 17 years in Perth where I raised my beautiful girls. After being a mum, I find passion in exploring new places and doing new activities with my kids. Besides mummy duties, I find joy in pretty dresses and books.

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