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Tourist trap but yum!! This place was kind of hard to find- my GPS failed. We just kept walking around then we saw a line then another line so waited in the shorter line which was Daiwa Sushi. The other line was for the other...More
Daiwa Sushi was our first stop at 8:00 am for sushi right after visiting the fish market. We were relieved it wasn’t crowded and lucked out with no wait or lines. We ordered the set menu which is approximately 3500 yen snd was way worth...More
Wonderful experience here! It is by far the best sushi I’ve had in my life!!!!!
I can’t even begin to describe how amazing it is. The fish is so fresh, the chef will brush soy sauce on top of it so you don’t need extra...More
This place is a tourist trap. Waited in line for over an hour based on these wonderful reviews on TripAdvisor. The place is dirty. I’m currently looking at a spider web and a wall full of dirt. The entire process was rushed. I don’t even...More
We did the set menu. The whole process is really rushed. They make the sushi really quickly and put it in front of you, no pacing or time to really enjoy. Overall sushi was pretty good but not mind blowing. That is except for the...More
I arrived Tsukiji Market around 4.50am planned to try Sushi Dai and there was already a long queue outside though the restaurant open at 5am. After a 20 mins wait a sensai told me the wait will be around 4 hours due to the high...More
We waited in line for around an hour. We expected something extraordinary, but boy were we disappointed. The place smelt of fish. If you've ever been to a fancy sushi restaurant, you know that's the first warning sign. You don't want it to smell like...More
Good one if you haven’t visit many Sushi restaurants. It you like this kind of food and have tried many of them is just good. Attention was very nice. Set menu is the one they offer you as highly recommended. Waiting time is at least...More
It was good sushi. Not nearly as good as the other Omikase that I had in Japan.
Would I go back? Maybe - if I didn’t have to wait, I would.
I just think waiting in line for 2 hours to eat here is not...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