Kyubey, The Zenith Of Sushi In Tokyo (Includes Reservation Info)
Kyubey is said to be one of the best sushi restaurants in Tokyo. While in Tokyo, I bet you want to eat all the sushi before you head back home. And of course, there are tons of types to choose from, such as the cheap conveyor belt type, or the standing type. But you should splurge at least once and try la creme de la creme, Kyubey in Ginza!
Kyubey's main restaurant is in Ginza, but it has an annex in Ginza as well, and some branches at different hotels around the city. (Please look at the link below for other locations).
The main branch opened in 1935 and as it is currently their anniversary, as a token of thank you to the patrons, they are taking off 2,000 yen on all the meal options.
This restaurant is highly popular so it is always packed with a long line outside so you better book in advance!
At the main restaurant in Ginza, they have different seating options, such as counter seats, or Japanese-style counter seats, or even private rooms for different group sizes.
For a more impressive lunch, the kaiseki (a type of Japanese course meal) is great, it is between 15,000-25,000 yen.
For dinner, the "omakase" starts at 10,000, and the "kaiseki" is between 15,000-30,000. It comes with an appetizer, sashimi, grilled fish, a sushi assortment and soup.
*Please note that consumption tax is not included!
**Also, since it is their restaurant anniversary, they are taking off 2,000 yen all the meals to thank the clients!!
Reservation and Hours
Reservations for lunch can be made only for 11:30. For other hours, seating will be according to arrival order.
Reservations for private rooms can only be made for orders of 8,000 yen or more during lunch time, and for orders of 15,000 yen or more at dinner time.
(There is a 10% service charge for private rooms).
Please note that there is also a same-day cancellation charge: 2,500/person during lunch time, and 5,000/person for night time.
- 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.