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Dinner: ¥30,000 - ¥40,000
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Pescetarian
Premium Michelin star sushi dining in Ginza, from a chef who has mastered delicate knife-work and innovative appetizers.
One MICHELIN Star:
High quality cooking, worth a stop!

Restaurant Details

Chef Tatsuya Kuwano cut his teeth at some top names in town before opening Sushi Kuwano in 2005. His extensive experience shows in the fact that his own restaurant has held on to its Michelin star for over 10 years! It’s not all down to Tatsuya himself. His wife handles all of the hospitality with expert care, making sure each and every one of the guests is comfortable. Their shop is located in Ginza, the epicenter of sushi dining in Japan. No high-end sushi restaurant can escape comparison to the shops on these hallowed streets, and Sushi Kuwano more than lives up to the reputation. At the bright corner counter, Kuwano-san will serve up an omakase meal customized to fit your personal tastes. The meal begins with appetizers such as poached octopus — one cooked with cherry blossoms and the other in green tea — and charcoaled saltwater eel topped with vegetables. After that, a parade of delicious nigiri sushi will follow, some of them with dozens of slits to make the flesh fall apart effortlessly in the mouth. That sort of effect is only possible with years of training in expert knife-work. Of course, a great range of Japanese sake is also up for grabs. The bottles are carefully chosen for their clear and clean flavors, which pair perfectly with the beautiful ocean flavors of the dishes.
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Sushi Kuwano Phone Number

03-3573-6577

Sushi Kuwano Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Tuesday
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Wednesday
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Thursday
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Friday
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Saturday
05:00 PM
10:00 PM

Sushi Kuwano Address

8-7-6 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo,104-0061, Japan

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