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Excelent shashimi, in the old fish market. Very clean, small no more that than 10 people; all of them at the bar. 3 to 4 sushiman. All very well trained. I loved this place for is excelency in the presentation and the freshness of the...More
Thankfully Sushisay, being in the outer market, survived Tsukiji's recent relocation. The market is still a great place to visit as long as you are not intent on getting up at 3am to attend the tuna auction.
I arrived shortly before the restaurant's opening time...More
Was taken to this restaurant by our tour guide. The main restaurant was very busy so went to the sister branch nearby as the queue was shorter. We sat at the counter and watched the chefs preparing the sushi. The salmon was delicious. So fresh...More
We discovered Tsukiji sushisay honten after visiting tsukiji fish market and we decided to repeat two days later. The first day we ate The chef choice menu: 12 pieces of fresh sushi. The second time we decided that The chef would surprise us and he...More
All the sea food you find here is so fresh and the variety of different sushi is great.
You order and follow by your eyes how it will be done.
Always we are happy coming back and enjoy the food and special atmosphere.
One word of caution for tourists eating here... "good sushi" will forever have a new benchmark after you have eaten here. The service, presentation and quality were top notch.
I really recommend doing the chef sampler, you will get to try many new things and...More
after visiting the tsukiji fish market, my japanese friend took me here .. the sushi are ultra fresh and very tasty .. but they don't speak english !! .. have ur own personal sushi chef prepare as u eat but he's always 1-2 sushi ahead...More
Found this place after an exciting morning at the Tsukiji Market. Lines were forming, so we took our place. The lines moved reasonably fast, and we were invited to sit at the counter upstairs. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and watching the chefs prepare the...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular