Tokyo has over 3,000 sushi restaurants ranging vastly in price and type of establishment. Whether you want Michelin-starred high-end sushi or cheap kaiten sushi (sushi train) or anything in between, this article introduces the best places for each genre you can find in Tokyo!
Have you heard of kaisen don? It's a popular Japanese dish that is basically a bowl of sashimi on top of a bed of rice. If you like sushi, you'll love kaisen don! Make sure you try it while in Japan.
Hokkaido is known for its delicious seafood, so it only makes sense that it's biggest city, Sapporo, has some truly outstanding Michelin-starred sushi restaurants. Here are five that are sure to satisfy any and all sushi-lovers.
In Tokyo, the most famous restaurants are usually booked for months and incredibly expensive, but going into an unknown restaurant is unsettling. Don't worry! The sushi counters in this article all serve sushi delicious enough to merit fame, yet are still mostly unknown to tourists. Enjoy!
There are many sushi restaurants in Tokyo and sometimes it could be overwhelming, and the process of figuring out and making reservation could be time consuming. So here's a quick list of good sushi restaurants in Tokyo that you can easily reserve!
Sushi lovers often struggle with the cost...fresh and delicious sushi is usually so expensive! However, Japan has some great options for eating a full sushi meal on a budget. Anywhere else in the world, all-you-can-eat sushi should immediately throw up red flags, but in Tokyo, there are actually some delicious (and safe) all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants hidden around the city. Enjoy!
Tokyo-style 'edomae' sushi meets Hokkaido-style 'ezomae' sushi at 'Tanabe,' one of Sapporo's top sushi restaurants. Chef Watanabe was awarded 3 Michelin Stars in 2012 and continues to serve the same incredibly delicious sushi today. This is definitely one sushi restaurant you can't miss in Sapporo.
Haneda Ichiba Ginza 7 serves arguably the freshest sushi in Tokyo thanks to its direct air delivery system. Looking for outstanding traditional edomae style sushi in Ginza? Then this is the place to go!
Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and one of the most popular dishes for the Japanese themselves. Today, we are introducing 11 of the best sushi restaurants in Ginza, Tokyo. Price range is indicated from cheap [¥] to expensive [¥¥¥]
Have you been to Ningyocho? Ningyocho literally means "doll town", and there are remains of an old downtown from Edo period where you can feel traditional Japan. There are a bunch of famous and old-established restaurants, so here is a list of 5 selected ones specializing in Japanese cuisines!