Updated: July 03, 2019
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5 Best Sushi Joints in Kanda, Tokyo

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Sushi is not only the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, but also one of the most popular dishes for Japanese themselves. Today, we are introducing our list of the 5 best sushi restaurants in Kanda, Tokyo. Enjoy!

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Sushi on a Budget: Irohazushi いろは鮨

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If you're looking for some tasty sushi that won't break the bank, Iroha is a great option. The restaurant offers various sushi sets that range from less than ¥2,000 to about ¥4,000, or you can order a chirashi bowl or other donburi for around ¥1,000. The preparation may not be as fancy as at a more expensive sushi restaurant, but the quality for the price is very good, and better than what you'd get at conveyor belt sushi.
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Great Lunch Chirashi Bowl, High-Quality Omakase for Dinner: Koufukuzushi 後富久ずし

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For a little bit fancier dinner that still isn't overly expensive, one of the omakase courses at Koufukuzushi is a great bet. There is a course for ¥8,000 or ¥5,000, depending on your budget, and each include great, fresh sushi. If you visit the store at lunchtime, the best deal is the ¥1,000 chirashi bowl, that is filled with super fresh seafood.
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Mid-Range Sushi: Sushisada すし定

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One of the most popular menu items at Sushi Sada is the luxurious 'anago'(conger eel) course for ¥4,700. If you've never had anago before, this is highly recommended. However, the restaurant also offers some delicious chirashi bowls that are also fantastic, and wouldn't be a bad bet either.
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Old-school Sushi: Sasamaki Kenuki Sushi 笹巻けぬきすし総本店

'Sasamaki Kenuki Sushi' is actually Tokyo's oldest sushi restaurant and has been operating for more than 300 years! Sasamaki means 'wrapped in bamboo grass,' and that's exactly how the sushi here is served. This is a very old-fashioned way of making sushi that is hardly seen anymore. If you want to experience some delicious and traditional food, this is an amazing place to visit. The great thing is that the prices are quite affordable, despite the storied history of the restaurant.

Cheap and Delicious: Kanda Edokkozushi 神田江戸ッ子寿司

If you want to enjoy sushi with your friends and family in a more casual setting, Edokkozushi is a great option! The sushi is of good quality, but the prices are between one and two thousand yen for a sushi set! If you're really hungry, this is a great place to eat a lot of sushi without breaking the bank.

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