Updated: October 07, 2019
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Takagaki no Sushi: Unbelivably Good Sushi in Ningyocho, Tokyo

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Takagaki no Sushi is a newcomer to the Tokyo sushi scene, offering incredibly fresh, impeccable sushi served in a cozy and intimate setting (an old building from the Taisho era with just 6 counter seats). It's still unknown among tourists, but that's likely to change very soon!

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Why Go?

Takagaki no Sushi is a relatively new high-end sushi restaurant which opened near Tokyo's Ningyocho in September of 2018. The shop is very small (only 6 counter seats), cozy, and provides guests with an unforgettable masterpiece of a sushi course that compares in quality to the very best and most famous sushi restaurants in the city. The fish is so fresh that each piece of sushi seems full of life. This is what Toyko-style sushi is all about. Come here for a personal and memorable sushi meal that will stay in your memory for years to come.


This is a high-end sushi restaurant serving some of the most delicious sushi money can buy and as such, it is a bit on the pricier end. A meal at lunchtime will cost around ¥10,000, and it will be twice that at dinner time. The price is still not as high as the most famous sushi restaurants in Tokyo, but the quality is very similar. It's definitely worth the money for anyone looking for a high-end sushi meal.

Reservations / Access

Takagaki has only been open since 2018, yet it is already receiving a great deal of acclaim and popularity. As such, it's necessary to make a reservation to ensure that you can get a seat. Lunchtime is strictly reservation-only, but dinner is often fully booked, so it's recommended to reserve well in advance of your desired date.
Also, be aware that minors (under 20 years old) are not allowed, so, unfortunately, families should look elsewhere for a great sushi meal.
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