The best sashimi I've had in Tokyo (yes, better than the places around Tsukiji market) with the huge advantage of being able to ask what fish was in season, what is recommended, as well as getting a presentation of what fish i was eating, where it had been caught, etc.
The location is just south of the Yurakucho station, under the railway bridge/arch, in an area full of izakaya and yakitori places. On the inside it's sparsely decorated in a somewhat rustic manner, with visible wooden beams and such.
Andy is very friendly and helpful, as is the whole staff really, and the atmosphere is great with locals and expats side by side eating, drinking and being merry.
Wonderful place, highly recommended.
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