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An out of the world experience. First you took a ticket from the machine and waited to be seated starting from 2h if you were lucky or could be up to 4h and more. Crazy. The wait was however worth it.
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Are here on a recent trip to Tokyo. You need to be prepared to wait for quite a while. The first night I came there I wasn’t prepared and ended up goi g time where else. On Day 2 I arrived to get my ticket...More
A traditional sushi chain, the quality of the place is being kept along the years. Went for a family gathering , we had each the standard sushi assortment of around 2,700 yen and some other stand alone salad. It was enough to fulfill our wishes...More
Very good sushi place, it was very delicious. Also we had a nice place at the counter, where you can watch the chef preparing your sushi in front of you. But you have to keep in mind there is always a really big waiting line....More
Umegaoka Sushino Midori Ginza puts their sushi first. The long queue (it took over two hours from collecting our ticket to being seated) is worth every minute. The bill at the end 3,500 each was super affordable for the quality we received. This will be...More
It’s a really good sushi restaurant, everything its on point. The prices are so reasonable for a couple traveling around Japan. Sake from 800 yens (bottle) sushis (nigiris) and a very complete dinner for two around 6,500 yens. The attention was nice and i recommend...More
An amazing neighbourhood Sushi restaurant. Plain and simple decor. No fuss efficient service and, most importantly, impeccably presented wonderfully tasty sushi. Portions are larger than normal but it’s not quantity over quality.
The only downside is the queue length although they do offer a ticketing...More
The place is a fest. The chef walks around and gives advice and takes orders in a friendly way. The combinations of sushi, sashimi and all are outstanding, a cocktail to the eye. A fiest. And yet, affordable.
Always always full and no booking. But...More
I have been to the branch in Shibuya (both mark city and the revolving sushi) akasaka, and I can confidently say that the ginza branch is the best in terms of quality. It's at least a 1 hr wait..so be prepared, but it's worth it.
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Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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