After indulging in many $200 - $300 per head sushi dinners in Ginza, we tried this large, frenetic sushi restaurant under the train tracks near Yurakucho. Open all hours with a steady stream of patrons, considerably more blue collar than places like Kyubey. But the sushi was good and fresh. And you can get in and out in a hurry. Also, the price is right -- this place is a great value. Not quite the value/quality balance of some of the Tsukiji market counters like Daiwasushi, but still better than what we get in the vast majority of sushi restaurants in the U.S.
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