Funny how life is. Back in Mar 12, 2011 after the big earthquake, 6 hrs jumping trains from Tokyo to narita, we stumbled into this restaurant, fatigued and by chance had a wonderful meal before escaping out of Japan. We remembered it as one of our best sushi experiences. No tripadvisor, no sleep, just hungry and walked into first sushi place we saw.
Fast forward Feb 5, 2014, overnight transit in narita. Used trip advisor, decided to try Edokkozushi, highest ranked sushi place (didn't feel like walking to the eel place), walked up and realized we had been here before... This was the place! Love it!
Fish is absolutely Devine. There is a westerner picture menu with 4 sushi combo's and a la carte sushi. Three is a bigger menu which we didn't understand, unfortunately.
Toro, uni are both best I have eaten. Eel (anago) was good but not like the Unagi in traditional narita style with long fish and little rice. Even Natto maki was really good, due to fresh natto.
I am not a fan of material sashimi, but here, I loved it.
No need to mention the usual stuff like salmon, snapper, etc. all superb.
This is a sushi place, if it's your first time in japan or having sushi, consider yourself blessed, but if sushi is not your cup of tea, don't write a bad review because you don't like raw fish. Because this place is awesome.
Very little English spoken, no tipping needed. Accepts all cards including Amex, visa/mc.
There is sushi bar, tables and traditional private rooms.
Let see, kappa maki2, natto maki, sushi- toro2, uni2, flying fish roe, grilled salmon2, anago2, scallop2, sashimi plate with 4 items, salmon2. Tea, water and a big bottle Asahi. Jpy 11,182. Not cheap, but soo worth it. 2 and a half of us.
Thank you TA for guiding me back to this place...