Tokyo has the best sushi restaurants on earth. Here is my hand-picked selection of the best approachable sushi restaurants in Tokyo in every price range.
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The restaurants listed here are all excellent and, more importantly, approachable. Sure, there might be a few places in Tokyo that are slightly better, but many are astronomically expensive or unwelcoming to foreign travelers. The places listed here are all places you can actually visit and enjoy.
- Aoki (Ginza)
Delicious, refined and approachable sushi in the heart of Ginza.
- Sushiko Honten (Ginza)
Upscale and elegant sushi without a lot of attitude.
- Kyubey (Ginza)
High-end but approachable sushi in Ginza.
- Namazu Uogashi (Tokyo Station Area)
Excellent sushi sets for a reasonable price right in Tokyo station.
- Edogin (Tsukiji)
Great mid-range sushi near Tsukiji Market.
- Sushisei (Tsukiji)
More great mid-range sushi near Tsukiji Market.
- Sushi Iwa (Tsukiji)
Just far enough from Tsukiji Market to be peaceful, this small place is where I go when I'm in Tsukiji.
Where Are These Places Located?See these places on the Truly Tokyo Google map:
- Open the Tokyo map
- You will see the list of places on the left hand side. (Click the 3-line icon in the top left corner if not). Scroll down or use the map search (the magnifying glass icon) to find the place you want.
- Click the name of the place in the list. Its location pin will be highlighted on the map.
- Map pins are color coded - BLUE: Hotels / Ryokan / Guesthouses | VIOLET: Ryokan | PINK: Places to Eat | GREEN: Shops | YELLOW: Things to See and Do
- If you're using the map on your phone, open the map and then search for the name of the place. The map will then zoom in on its location.
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