Walking along the ginza corridor packed with eateries, sushi midori was the only one that had a queue at least 20 people deep, all local Japanese - always a good sign. We were determined to come early the next morning and braved the light drizzle to join the queue. Even with 10 mins to opening time 11am, there were at least 20 people in the queue but we managed to get a spot at the counter in the first sitting. It was awesome seeing the chefs at work. The chefs special is always a good bet, ~ 2700yen with about 12 pieces of sushi, think 3 different types of tuna, snow crab, sea urchin, tamago, scallop, prawn, crab roe, ikura (large orange balls of fish roe), but check the walls for the specials, and don't miss the platter of aburi (charbroiled) that absolutely melt in your mouth. We paid about 5500yen for two (USD$55) for really fresh sushi, at home we would pay at least double for half the quality and freshness. We loved the atmosphere and the great service. We would absolutely come back.
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