You came to Japan, so why not try the best, luxurious, high-end sushi in this country? Although conveyor belt sushi is fun to experience, you must try the tradition, edo-style sushi to experience eating REAL sushi. Although it is quite pricey, the experience, the quality, the culture, and everything will be totally worth it! I hope you enjoy reading this article that will introduce Tokyo's top 10 high-end sushi restaurants!
Sushi lovers often struggle with the cost...fresh and delicious sushi is always expensive! But when you come to Tokyo, Japan, you do not need to worry about your wallet anymore. Around Tokyo, amazing All-You-Can-Eat style sushi restaurants are hidden! Don't miss the chance and eat delicious sushi by reasonable prices.
Sapporo is pretty much THE place to visit for fresh and delicious seafood. While you're visiting, you should definitely try these 5 restaurants to get a taste of all that Japan has to offer. Here is a list of "kaiten sushi" (conveyor belt sushi) as well as high-end restaurants. Both have their perks and are delightful!
As we all know, Hand Roll Sushi (Temaki Sushi Roll) is a necessary and indispensable food during celebrations and parties. It is also considered as everyone's comfort food and usually eaten at home. In this article, we have listed down the best Temaki Sushi restaurants you can find in Tokyo where you can eat comfortably and taste the different yet best ingredients in town - JUST FOR YOU.
Located 30 seconds away from Shinjuku station, you will find "Odakyu Ace", which is where this restaurant is located. It just opened on 5/10, and you can have a rare experience of comparing different types of uni (sea urchin)!
Sushi is a commonly eaten dish in Japan, and there are so many sushi restaurants that it can be hard to choose. Even within just Shibuya, there are way too many. This article will introduce the best sushi restaurants in Shibuya, including both the affordable, casual restaurants and the luxurious sushi restaurants!
Don't understand Japanese? Don't want people touching your food? No problem! Japanese restaurants have recently developed a train serving system, so the food you ordered comes right in front of you without a waiter bringing it. It is definitely a cuisine experience that you can only have in Japan!