We found this place last week during a short trip to Tokyo. We were staying at the Mercure Hotel in Narita, and Edokkozushi is along the main street you will take towards the Temple - No English sign on this restaurant, but it's directly across from the flower store and it'll be on your right hand side as you are walking downhill.
They had an English menu for us and did accept our Visa Credit Card. Also, we were there for lunch. They opened at 11:30am - we arrived at noon, and there were already a number of patrons at the counter. They offer either table service or counter service. The locals appeared to prefer the counter to chat with the sushi chefs- but we were seated at a table.
On to the sushi. We ordered some fairly safe items - s/o had salmon nigiri and cucumber rolls. I went with tuna, raw shrimp, and something like a skate fish sushis. The individual pieces of fish were so large that each could easily be split into 8 pieces of sushi by North American standards (imagine a strip of tuna 1" wide by 4" long by 1/4" deep - that's what you get with a single piece). The amount of rice was really small in comparison to the fish - so you may not leave feeling that carb overload. And talk about FRESH.. The freshest sushi I have ever tasted. I even risked raw shrimp, and clearly this was not the Thai farmed variety.
One thing that challenged my s/o was that the miso soup (delicious), they don't bother to extract the fish bones used to make the stock. My bowl of miso soup contained not just bones, but actual fish fins. I was also searching for those Tofu squares in the soup, but couldn't find any. That was disappointing but perhaps it's not a miso soup standard. It was still yummy.
Lunch total was approx $70 USD/CAD. Anyway, I recommend !
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