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We had dinner here, being the second time we have been, and the first with sushi chef Oda-san took over.
The sushi was good, much better than what you'd get in a normal run of the mill sushi restaurant, but we felt Sato-san was the...More
Excellent Sushi experience with about 20 pieces in total served including some non-sushi appetizers. The best pieces to us were the clams, the tiger prawns, the fatty tuna, and the uni. Just a warning that we came fairly hungry but the shear amount of food...More
The best Sushi ever tasted. In a place that cannot be easily located. But good sushi needs no rush. Great chef. Hospitable and excellent in what he does. He knows his ingredients. Succulent fish meat without any tendon. Once in the mouth, the meats just...More
I may be wrong, but I think Sushi Tokami is rated Michelin 1 Star. The fish they use is definitely top quality. You can choose the 10, 13, or 16 sushi meal. We chose 10 and were really full by the end of the meal....More
A fantastic 20 course omakase, using fresh ingredients and sushi rice mixed in specialty mixture. Only problem we had was the amount of food was so much and we had to roll our fat belly out.
Don’t get us wrong, we enjoyed the experience and...More
We have had the good fortune to have eaten at several high-end sushi restaurants and there are two things that set this one apart: 1/ the price is very, very reasonable for a Michelin-starred and 2/ unlike many other chefs, this one has personality and...More
We showed up at 6 pm to be told that there had been a problem and they did not have our reservation. After much negotiation with our concierge (excellent concierge service at Grand Hyatt) they told us to come back at 8 pm. After wondering...More
Sushi Tokami was an amazing experience and a must go sushi ya in Tokyo. It was rather hard to find so leave additional time to look for it so you do not miss your reservation. The lunch set was absolutely delicious and of such good...More
We toured Japan for a couple of weeks and this was the most superb sushi I had. Simply brilliant.
I had the full dinner course and while very expensive it had to be done.
There are better sushi places with 2 or 3 stars but...More
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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