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Zipangu / Traditional Japanese / Tokyo
  • Zipangu is stylish restaurant that belongs to Nadaman, one of the most revered traditional Japanese restaurants in the country. Their approach is to combine Western influences with Nadaman's cuisine to create contemporary Japanese food that pairs with wine.
  • Daiwa Sushi

  • Sushi ( Tsukiji )
  • This is the best sushi I've tried in Tokyo. Daiwa Sushi (actually pronounced "ZUSHI") is run by the son of a popular fisherman. Actually, the fisherman father runs a shop called "Sush...
  • Chiyoda Sushi

  • Food-Others, Sushi ( Jiyugaoka )
  • Mmm. Behind the window of this sushi stop, you can see the sushi being freshly made. They usually have a rather expansive bento of sushi for around 650, including sashimi, and ikura. They Also have su...
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  • Iwasasushi

  • Sushi ( Tsukiji )
  • One of the draws of Tsukiji market is that you can get extremely fresh sushi. There's a number one restaurant that everyone knows about and stands in line for. There's a number two restaurant that al...
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  • Sushi Tsune

  • Sushi ( Shibuya )
  • Nice atmosphere, reasonable pricing, and fresh raw fish. I would say there are many sushi restaurants which have better taste in Tokyo than Sushi Tsune. So, you should go to Tsukiji or Ginza for the...
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  • Umegaoka Sushi Midori

  • Sushi ( Shibuya )
  • I found umegaoka to be overrated. I lined up for close to an hour for sushi at Tsukiji, and as soon as I put the first piece in my mouth, it all made sense. At Umegaoka I lined up for some serious a...
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  • Morimoto XEX

  • Sushi, Teppanyaki / Hibachi, Michelin ( Roppongi )
  • The Teppanyaki part is wonderful, The lobster was live two minutes before going on the grill and the beef was delicious. All courses were outstanding and the skill of the chefs a joy to watch (try t...
  • Sushidai

  • Sushi ( Tsukiji )
  • I swear that Sushidai is one of the best sushi restaurants in Tokyo. There are many sushi restaurants in Tsukiji fish market but remember, some of them are not so great from Tokyoite's point of view....
  • Tsukiji Sushi Sei 

  • Sushi ( Tsukiji )
  • I remember coming to this place on my first Tokyo trip in 1995, just a day before the Sarin gas tragedy around the Tsukiji area. Bad news aside, this restaurant serves the absolute BEST sushi in town...
  • Sushi Kan

  • Sushi ( Roppongi )
  • The toro is heaven. The ikura is heaven. But you don't want to start by asking for that. With the omakase, you let the chef take care of you. Have complete faith and you will not be let down. Alt...
  • Sushi Karaku

  • Sushi ( Ginza )
  • Traditional Edo-mae sushi requires mastery in flavoring the neta (fish). Naturally, and proudly, the chef began the omakase course with the sea bream with a hint flavor of konbu, where the fish was ...
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  • Sushi Bun

  • Sushi ( Tsukiji )
  • I’ve made my way a few times to Tsukiji for sushi, and have tried to line up for Sushi Dai, but always got bored after 30 minutes and no change in the line. I then tried Daiwa Sushi, which is the se...
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  • Magurobito: Roppongi

  • Sushi ( Roppongi )
  • Magurobito can't compare to the neighboring Midtown development's pretension or luxury, but it holds its own by producing very high quality sushi. A kind if slightly deaf and forgetful chef commands t...
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  • Sanaka

  • Sushi ( Harajuku )
  • Honestly I want to keep this hidden restaurant secret, but at the same time I want many foreigners to know a real good one in Tokyo. That's why I decided to post this review on Sunnypages.jp. You'll ...
  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Ginza

  • Sushi ( Ginza )
  • Tamazushi just might be paradise. High-quality, all-you-can-eat sushi. What more is there to say? After you've finished your yellowtail, tuna, or salmon, you can just ask the guy to make you more of a...
  • Sushiden Kenzan

  • Sushi ( Akasaka )
  • The chef or bartender behind the counter seats at a restaurant can either make or break the experience. The chef manning the counter during my visit to Sushiden Kenzan totally made mine. At the sugge...
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  • Hina Sushi: Roppongi

  • Sushi ( Roppongi )
  • You will have a difficult time walking into this restaurant on a Friday night and getting a table because you need a reservation almost all the time for such a popular time. Hinazushi offers two kinds...
  • The Hump: Tokyo

  • Sushi ( Tokyo Station )
  • If you want a slightly funky, unconventional, high-end sushi experience, why not head over to the hump in the Marunouchi area. You'll enjoy the view, atmosphere, and the food for a moderate price. ...
  • Ginza Fukusuke: Ikebukuro

  • Sushi ( Ikebukuro )
  • An old adagio of French cooking is that you can tell a chef's worth by his or her sauces. In Japan, the sauces are not the true measure but the soup. If I had to go by the soup alone, Fukusuke sushi w...
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  • Bikkuri Sushi: Ebisu

  • Sushi ( Ebisu )
  • Japanese Sake is often billed as the representative Japanese liquor, and I understand that it has a devout following abroad. However, Japan has other equally delightful liquors, such as Shochu. If you...
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