Haneda Ichiba Ginza 7 serves arguably the freshest sushi in Tokyo thanks to its direct air delivery system. Looking for outstanding traditional edomae style sushi in Ginza? Then this is the place to go!
Tokyo has over 3,000 sushi restaurants ranging vastly in price and type of establishment. Whether you want Michelin-starred high-end sushi or cheap kaiten sushi (sushi train) or anything in between, this article introduces the best places for each genre you can find in Tokyo!
Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and one of the most popular dishes for the Japanese themselves. Today, we are introducing 11 of the best sushi restaurants in Ginza, Tokyo. Price range is indicated from cheap [¥] to expensive [¥¥¥]
Takagaki no Sushi is a newcomer to the Tokyo sushi scene, offering incredibly fresh, impeccable sushi served in a cozy and intimate setting (an old building from the Taisho era with just 6 counter seats). It's still unknown among tourists, but that's likely to change very soon!
Ginza has quite a few high-end sushi options to choose from. One great option is a restaurant called 'Sushi Ginza Onodera,' which serves outstanding, flawless edomae-style sushi in a great atmosphere with excellent service. The restaurant's sister shop in LA actually was awarded 2 Michelin stars, so the quality is unquestionably good!
Today in this article, we will introduce 'kaiten sushi' (conveyor belt sushi) restaurants in Akihabara. If you have a craving for sushi, but don't want to spend a lot of money, conveyor belt sushi restaurants are the way to go. Despite being inexpensive, many are actually very delicious!
Tokyo has three Michelin 3-Star sushi restaurants. Sukiyabashi Jiro is unquestionably the most famous, thanks to the movie 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi,' but how does his sushi compare to the other 3-star restaurants?