We were taken here by a Japanese friend who wanted to make sure we got quality fish and for its value, Uokin's freshness could not be beat. The place was also good for many other things with a relatively extensive (yet affordable) menu and a good range of sakes. If you only have a couple of meals in Tokyo, make this place one of them and you won't regret it. Just go enjoy Ginza and then walk over for a great meal. Don't forget to order a sashimi platter.
On a side note, the place was packed despite it being a Monday night, so making a reservation would be highly recommended, though Japanese might be necessary. Also, according to our friend, the restaurant has chains open elsewhere, but a few of them a bit different in concept. If you don't want to risk it, definitely go to this one.
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