Sushi is a luxury for most Japanese, albeit an affordable one. Families I am familiar with might eat sushi once a month. If your question means "Is sushi a food most Japanese eat?," the answer would be "yes," but, again, not so often as, say, cooked fish and rice.
Japanese food sushi is liked by Japanese people but I have never tasted it, i think Chinese food is better than Japanese food as sushi is raw sea food and not fully cooked, its not that tasty as it sounds
Sushi is the same in Italian and Japanese. Specifically, the word functions as a Japanese loan word in Italian. It is presented here as a masculine noun in its singular form. It may be preceded by the masculine singular definite article il ("the"). The pronunciation will be "SOO-shee" in Italian.