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I came here due reviews I saw about this place as being good priced and quality food. I had great expectations.
It really had a small line compared to the others on the same street, I would say we waited for about 30 minutes.
This tachigui (no seat, just standing) sushi stall is so small that 4 people will be shoulder to shoulder eating sushi. The place is about 4 minutes walk from Tsukiji station of Hibiya metro line at the corner of Shin-Ohashi Dori and Harumi-Dori, located just...More
We came here as a last resort one day at the Tsukiji Market. It was ok since we waited in line for less than an hour. Our seating started at 11:15. My husband and I both selected the chefs recommendation package. It was ¥7200 for...More
We knew we wanted to have sushi at a place by Tsukiji for the experience but all the places recommended by our travel book had crazy lines and some were booked for the day! We walked around and saw this place with a short line...More
I have been going to Tsukuji quite a few times throughout the years. I have also tried different sushi restaurants in different cities in Japan. I read good reviews about Okame and so I decided to give it a try. Unfortunately, this is the worst...More
It was my first time coming to Tsukiji two weeks ago. We arrived at around 10 am so naturally the lines for Sushi Dai and Daiwa were already insane. Thus, we decided to try Okame instead as the line was pretty short, and we've heard...More
This place is a gem in the Tsujiki Market area. Most people are lining up for hours next door for Sushi Dai, but just a few stores down is Okame. The sign IS in japanese so I had someone tell me where to go but...More
Tsukiji market is a must go on my list but i didn't have any reservation of any restaurant. So when i see the big crowd outside the famous Daiwa, I chose Okame instead. I guess i was among the last batch of customers of that...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