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No doubt the most famous sushi restaurant in Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market, Daiwa Sushi is at the top of its game. You need few words to describe this place. It's essentially sushi at its very core, both rustic and hard-hitting mouth-watering stuff. Come take your taste buds for a drive and cruise right in.
Tsukiji, the fish market, is the perfect place for sushi and sea food lovers, but the number of sushi restaurants could be overwhelming. So here are the selected places you might want to visit in Tokyo!
Tsukiji Fish Market, the largest fish market on the planet, is one of the most popular tourist attraction in Tokyo. People from all over the world go to Tsukiji to see the popular early-morning tuna auction or simply stroll through the market area during the day. When you're there, the question naturally becomes: where should I go to eat some of the market's fine quality, fresh fish? Fish restaurants abound, but one place you should definitely check out is Tunao, a reputable address serving fresh sushi and Donburi (bowl of rice covered in seafood)!
Looking for the best sushi experience in Tokyo but on q budget? Try Sushi Zanmai, and you will have reasonably-priced, yet amazing sushi. It is one of the most famous sushi restaurant chains that originated from Tsukiji and has many branches mainly in Tokyo.
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!
Kaisen don (sashimi rice bowl) is a famous Japanese dish that you have to try when visiting Japan! But, the kaisen don I will introduce today is even more special! Kind Japanese chefs just keep adding more and more seafood toppings onto the bowl that it's about to overload!
Visiting the Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo? Remember sushi is not the only thing to have. There is an adorable coffee shop called Turret Coffee near Tsukiji station where you can have delicious espresso drinks. Just stop by Turret Coffee and have a break with a cup of coffee!
November 2016 marked 80 years since Tsukiji Fish Market began. It has become and been the back bone of Japanese cuisine and food culture for decades and attracted hoards of tourists both domestically and internationally. Said to be the only one its kind, read on to discover the untold story behind it's humble beginnings and stories of those who bring it to life.