Sushi represents Japanese food! 5 recommended sushi restaurants in Tokyo

28.October.2017 | FOOD / SPOT

Sushi is the probably the most famous Japanese food! Below are 5 sushi restaurants we highly recommend.

 

Roppongi “atelier Morimoto XEX”

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“atelier Morimoto XEZ” is a combined restaurant produced by Masaharu Morimoto who works in foreign countries centering around the U.S. You can make an order until 3:00 AM and enjoy many kinds of dishes which are a mixture of Japanese style and Western style. “Edomaezushi” is the recommended dish. Why don’t you enjoy the dishes created by this top chef who is loved by people all over the world?

 

Detailed information:http://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/58797

 

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atelier Morimoto XEX

Address: Roppongi Building, 7-21-19, Roppongi, Minatoku, Tokyo

Holiday: New Year’s Day

TEL:03-3479-0065

URL:http://www.xexgroup.jp/morimoto

※The counter with cast iron-pan can be used until 24:00 and the isolated room can be used by paying 20,000 yen.

 

 

Shinjuku “Sushizanmai”

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“Sushizanmai” is a sushi chain restaurant. The price of one of the lunch menus “Maguroduke Donburi” is only 477 yen (tax not included)! Moreover, you can drink as much coffee as you like. The lunch menu noted previously is offered from 11:00 to 17:00 at Shinjuku Higashiguchi Store (only on weekdays.) The helping of rice can be chosen at will and the menu comes with miso soup. The menu is recommended for those of you who want to enjoy seafood at a low price!

 

Detailed information:http://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/34111

 

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Sushizanmai Shinjuku Higashiguchi Store

Address: 3F Seno Building, 3rd street, 18-4, Shinjuku, Shinjukuku, Tokyo

Business hours: 24 hours, lunch time – 11:00 to 17:00

Holiday: no holiday

TEL:03-5357-7737

URL:http://www.kiyomura.co.jp/shops/detail/70

 

 

Shinjuku “Hokkaido Sushi Unimaru”

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The branch store of “Hokkaido Unimaru” where you can enjoy sushi and dishes of sea urchin opened inside of “Odakyu Ace” at Shinjuku Station’s West Exit. The set “Uni Tabekurabe” (1,800 yen) offers three kinds of sea urchins; Murasaki Uni, Bafun Uni and Ensui Uni. Accordingly, you can compare the taste of these different sea urchins. This set menu is highly recommended. You can choose either “Shiro Shari (white rice)” using rice vinegar or “Aka Shari (red rice) using red vinegar.

 

Detailed information:http://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/40869

 

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 “Hokkaido Sushi Unimaru”

Address: 〒160-0023, West Exit Basement #1, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo (Odakyu Ace North Department)

Business hours: 8:00 to 23:00

Holiday: no holiday

TEL:0362790148

URL:http://www.tokyo-rf.com/restaurants/r30/index.html

 

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