Updated: July 16, 2019
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Unforgettable Sushi Experience in Ebisu

Ebisu is a foodie's paradise in terms of the variety and the quality of the restaurants offered in this area. If you're traveling in Tokyo and are ready to splurge for an unforgettable sushi experience. You should definitely try these restaurants.

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Tsunaki sushi

This restaurant is much more spacious and cheaper compared to the other ones. This is a good place to bring your family if you want to enjoy good sushi without breaking the bank. You can also go during lunchtime and enjoy fresh fish at a very reasonable price.

Sushi Shinobu

This restaurant is hidden away in an alley in Ebisu and even locals have a hard time finding it. Actually, it's probably only frequented by locals since the information available in English is quite scarce. But it's delicious and you'll be happy you went to such a restaurant, it almost feels like a speak-easy.
Lunch is around¥6,000~¥7,999, and dinner is around¥10,000~¥14,999.
2-9-4 Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo


This restaurant serves delicious sushi, although it isn't cheap. It's a good setting for a date or to have a meeting with coworkers. You can sit directly at the bar and talk with the sushi chef or you can get an individual table. The sushi is prepared right in front of you, but it might be a little hard to order if you don't speak any Japanese. I suggest ordering the "makase" (leaving it up to the chef), for lunch, it's ¥6,000/person. For dinner, it is ¥11,000 and up/per person.

Sushi Kuriyagawa

This restaurant is pricey, but it's definitely an unforgettable experience. The restaurant is quite hard to find and is mostly frequented by locals. The restaurant has private booths as well as counter seats. Lunch is between ¥6,000~¥7,999, and dinner is between ¥15,000~¥20,000.

Sushi Takehan

Sushi Takehan is walking distance from Ebisu Station or Daikan-yama Station. They only have an "omakase" course and dinner is around ¥15,000~¥20,000. You'd better make a reservation before-hand since the seats are really limited. Delicious sushi in a calm environment and impeccable service.
1-16-8 Ebisunishi, Shibuya, Tokyo

Sushi Hayakawa

This restaurant is tiny (only around 6-7 seats) and is hard to find. It's a unique restaurant that is yet to be discovered by many tourists. It's on the high-end side and you should expect to pay accordingly (¥20,000~¥30,000). You can enjoy perfectly prepared sushi at a very slow pace, which is exactly how it should be enjoyed!
Address: 5F, 2-2-2 Ebisu-Minami, Shibuya-ku Tokyo

Business hours:
(Closed on Sundays)


Sushi Ono

This restaurant also offers an intimate setting with only a few seats. You can either sit at the counter or at a table. It's a good place to bring a date or have a dinner meeting with coworkers. If you sit at the counter, you can enjoy the delicious sushi while chatting away with the sushi. The best part is to see the sushi artist at work!
Dinner here is around ¥20,000~¥30,000.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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