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Been to many of these chains, Top notch quality and great affordable price . You don’t have to go to a fancy Michelin place to get better quality . This place is a well known and a great chain no matter what location. Excellent and...More
The popular restaurant in Tsukiji market is part of the network, represented even in the United States. But probably the right thing to taste sushi in Tsukiji. It's not cheap, but it's not fatally expensive either. Two dishes cost 1280 yen. We live in Murmansk,...More
We are frequenter of Sushi Zanmai in Malaysia and I was happy to try out in Dotonbori-Osaka and both branches in Ropppngi.
The restaurants are like a warehouses with no atmosphere of restaurant rahter like a fast food chains. The portions are quite very small...More
This is a must visit restaurant in the tsukiji market!
5 star!! Best quality with reasonable price and very friendly staff. Their fatty tuna otoro is must try and the quality is simply amazing! Come here for some sushi before moving on when you are...More
Stopped there after handing out at the Fish Market (10am'ish) and felt like Sushi would be a good idea.
The rain pushed us to go to a closed place and we were quickly welcomed and served.
Friendly staff with basic English knowledge, enough to take...More
While walking around Tsukiji Market our tour guide pointed out a statue of Mr. Tuna! We recognized him immediately, as the restaurateur who bought the $3.1 million dollar tuna. Of course we wanted to have lunch there. And we were glad that we did.
The food was definitely up there for sushi. But then again, it's Tokyo so you'd expect this quality... it wasn't the cheapest, nor the best sushi we had during our entire trip in Japan, but it was definitely good. The service was English friendly and...More
We walked around Tsukiji market in the morning looking for a breakfast place. This is probably the best. Opens at 7-7.30. The place is packed. The sushi quality cannot be better. The freshest fish, good service. English menu is available and people do speak some...More
This is a chain of sushi restaurants owned by a gentleman who knows how to do marketing. In the 90’s he bought a big tuna for 3.3MUSD and sold it at his restaurant for normal price.
The restaurants has a central location, designers for eating...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
They have an Engrish menu. As with most Japanese restaurants, there are also pictures on the menu. You can just point. If you really want to do it right, memorize the Japanese names for your favorite pieces of sushi... More
They have an Engrish menu. As with most Japanese restaurants, there are also pictures on the menu. You can just point. If you really want to do it right, memorize the Japanese names for your favorite pieces of sushi (Toro, Maguro, O-toro, Sake, Ebi, Tobiko, Uni, etc.) There are lots of guides to this on the web.