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Lunch: ¥5,000 - ¥5,999
Crazy queues are par for the course at Toyosu Market’s most in-demand sushi shop, which serves the freshest fish around.
This sushi shop is located at the famous Toyosu Seafood Market. That name isn’t quite as famous as Tsukiji Market, but actually, they’re the same thing! The heart of Japan’s seafood industry was transplanted to Toyosu 2018, and this premium sushi shop went with it. It has such a huge reputation that giant queues will gather before opening in the morning — up to 5 hours long! Store opens at around 5:30AM and closes when the 150 servings for the day are done, so you’ll have to be up early to hope to snag a place at their counter. The queue reaches its max capacity for the day as early as 7:30 in the morning. Yes, that means that you might want to arrive as early as 3AM to guarantee yourself a spot. However, solo diners might find themselves lucky enough to slip through the gaps left by uneven numbered parties entering the shop, and get fast tracked to the front of the queue. After waiting that long, you might as well go for the full omakase option, in which you can try all the best fresh catches of the day. A standard set meal and a la carte ordering is also available, with a full menu of nigiri, sushi rolls, miso soup, rolled omelet, and other delicious plates. This is a must-try for sushi lovers. The dedication it takes to land a spot here is rewarded with perfect freshness and an unforgettable experience, wrapped right up in the fresh seafood culture of the most famous market in Japan.
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6-5-1 Toyosu, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0061, Japan
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