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TOKYO

Udatsu Sushi

Chef Udatsu Hisashi makes an unorthodox combination of herbs and sushi at his Michelin-starred Nakameguro restaurant. Designed around the theme of “art x sushi”, every piece of nigiri and maki look just as good as they taste.
Lunch: ¥12,000-18,000
Dinner: ¥23,000-43,000
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TOKYO

Imayoshi

The oldest sushi restaurant in Otemachi, Tokyo — get a taste of true sushi tradition.
Lunch: ¥25,000-30,000
Dinner: ¥25,000-30,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Koshikawa

Less than a minute from Akasaka Station’s Exit 7, this traditional Edomae sushi restaurant draws a regular crowd for its relaxed and inviting atmosphere, impeccable nigiri creations, and extensive sake offerings.
Lunch: ¥10,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-30,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Yukinari

Excellence within excellence. Within a private room in Shibuya’s Sushi Hajime lies Sushi Yukinari, a super-exclusive sushi restaurant that only seats seven guests at a time.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Hajime (Shibuya)

Fall in love with Edomae sushi at this Shibuya sushi restaurant. It’s the rice that steals the show here: Aizu Koshihikari cooked traditionally in a hagama pot and treated with a proprietary blend of red vinegar made from sake lees.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-30,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Tokyo 81

Intimate with an air of sophistication, this backstreet Gotanda sushi restaurant offers traditional Edomae sushi with premium ingredients, as well as other signature offerings like a sea urchin tasting comparison course.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-20,000
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FUKUOKA

Tatsumi Sushi

Solid fundamentals meet a flourish of Chef Matsuhata Taminobu’s creativity at his Fukuoka sushi restaurant. Here, each nigiri is seen as its own individual course.
Dinner: ¥15,000-25,000
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TOKYO

Nishiazabu Sushi Shin

Chef Shintaro Suzuki’s attention to detail in his traditional Edomae sushi made his restaurant one of the first in history to receive a Michelin star. See for yourself why his sushi is a cut above the rest.
Lunch: ¥20,000-40,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-40,000
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TOKYO

Hiroo Ishizaka

Located in the upscale neighborhood of Hiroo, Tokyo, Hiroo Ishizaka emerges as a gastronomic sanctuary for sushi enthusiasts.
Dinner: ¥36,000-39,999
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TOKYO

Nishiazabu Kamikura

After spending almost a decade honing his skills at legendary Ginza establishment Kyubey, Head Chef Takashi Kamikura’s meticulous attention to detail shines through at his own sushi restaurant in Nishiazabu.
Dinner: ¥25,000-30,000
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FUKUOKA

Edomaezushi Nikaku

The Edomae sushi that you get at this 2 Michelin star Kitakyushu restaurant can’t be found anywhere else in the country!
Lunch: ¥20,000-29,999
Dinner: ¥20,000-29,999
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TOKYO

Kobikicho Tomoki

Double Michelin-starred sushi in Tokyo, with powerful flavors, traditional preparation methods, and touches of individual genius.
Dinner: ¥40,000-50,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Keita

A high-end Michelin-starred sushi restaurant in Tsukiji, where the chef controls every detail, right down to the temperature of the fish.
Lunch: ¥10,000-15,999
Dinner: ¥20,000-29,999
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KYOTO

Sushi Matsumoto

Enjoy a parade of Edomae-style sushi in a historic district in Kyoto.
Lunch: ¥11,000-19,999
Dinner: ¥20,000-29,999
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TOKYO

Ginza Saisho

Premium omakase sushi course with English speaking chef at an intimate counter-style sushi restaurant in Ginza. Ginza Saisho is known for its fresh uni and omakase sushi.
Dinner: ¥15,000-35,000
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KYOTO

Sushi Rakumi

Michelin-starred sushi in Kyoto, with a generous range of appetizers and three cuts of premium tuna.
Dinner: ¥30,000-40,000
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TOKYO

Taku

Enjoy late-night Michelin starred sushi dining in contemporary surroundings, and get ready to drink the night away.
Dinner: ¥30,000-39,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Oumi (The Kitano Hotel Tokyo)

Dive into the world of exquisite Edomae sushi at Sushi Oumi. Renowned Chef Oumi crafts seasonal omakase sushi delicacies with mastery, inviting you to savor traditional flavors around a warm, inviting counter.
Lunch: ¥15,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥35,000-40,000
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OSAKA

Amano

Just minutes from Shin-Fukushima Station, this premium sushi restaurant is run by a man who has Japanese seafood culture in his veins.
Dinner: ¥20,000-29,999
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TOKYO

Matsunozushi

The Michelin-recognized craftsmanship behind Matsunozushi’s classic Edomae-style sushi, paired with a homely atmosphere, makes this tiny Shiinamachi restaurant a must-visit for avid sushi fans.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-10,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Yoshino (Nakano)

Edomae sushi at its finest, run by three generations of sushi masters for over 70 years, and a regular recipient of the Michelin Bib Gourmand.
Lunch: ¥1,000-3,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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TOKYO

Chiba Takaoka

Chef Takaoka Chiharu is so dedicated to his prefecture of birth that he even goes back to Chiba on his days off to personally fetch spring water. He forgoes the typical trips to Toyosu Market in favor of seafood from Chiba’s best fishing ports.
Dinner: ¥30,000-35,000
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TOKYO

Kurosaki

Formerly a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant based in Shibuya, Kurosaki’s new Omotesando location continues Chef Kazuki Kurosaki’s reputation for excellent modern interpretations of the traditional Edomae sushi form.
Dinner: ¥30,000-40,000
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FUKUOKA

Kifuku

Step into Kifuku, a special sushi restaurant in Fukuoka, western Japan’s food paradise. A 22-item omakase course features Kyushu’s freshest fish in perfectly sculpted nigiri, accompanied by mouth-watering side dishes.
Dinner: ¥25,000-30,000
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TOKYO

Hoto Sushi

Conversation flows freely at this six-seat counter, where the chef leads diners on an intimate sushi experience. From meticulous wasabi to hand-crafted soy sauce, each element speaks of dedication and sushi artistry in its purest form.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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TOKYO

Sushi Nihonbashi Seamon

Located in Nihonbashi, Sushi Nihonbashi Seamon is an Edomae sushi restaurant offering omakase Edomae-style sushi course menus. It has recently made waves by being one of the rare sushi restaurants to offer sushi and wine pairings.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-20,000
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TOKYO

Ginza Sushi Aoki Honten

Traditional Edomae-style nigiri served by a chef whose winding path has always followed the road to sushi mastery. Delight in the thoughtful expression of the Aoki family’s generational craft.
Dinner: ¥20,000-60,000
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HOKKAIDO

Sushi Yoshi

Nearly 20 years of service can’t lie; the sushi and small bites at Sushi Yoshi are putting Otaru on the map for more than its fishing history.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-20,000
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It was a perfect experience! The food was exceptional, we felt very welcomed and the sushi chef even took the time to answer our questions and explain everything. Definitely recommend it to anyone!!
Juliane Scharch
April 11, 2024
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Imayoshi
Restaurant in Tokyo
Wow! This was without a doubt the best meal we have ever had. Thank you Gento Imai you are so talented and the hospitality from all the staff was fantastic. We visited for our honeymoon and hope to return for our 10th anniversary!
Jennifer Armitage
April 09, 2024
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Imayoshi
Restaurant in Tokyo
I had the full course omakase, and I am absolutely blown away by the quality and service. I love sushi, and this is the best and most authentic sushi I have ever tried. Seeing Chef Imai make the food in front of you, you could really tell how much time he has put into his practice, expertly and elegantly making each piece. Mr Imai was incredibly informative and warm, and so were the other workers. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very welcoming. The price certainly meets its expectations, and I would highly recommend this experience!
Gina Rosvold Haghpanah
April 04, 2024
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Imayoshi
Restaurant in Tokyo
Excellent Sushi, our chef Satoshi Ogura was very considerate and explained all the dishes in english for us. The different food courses were delicious and high quality, the choice of beverages was also very good. 10/10, can highly recommend. Thanks for having us and showing us your skills. Greetings from Austria.
Anonymous
March 22, 2024
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Taku
Restaurant in Tokyo
Exceptional in any way. Quality food ove e the top. Service impeccable.
Arianna Braghieri
March 16, 2024
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Amano
Restaurant in Osaka
Frequently Asked Questions

How to reserve sushi restaurants in Japan?

You can make a reservation at a sushi restaurant in Japan by calling the restaurant ahead of time. In some cases, there may be a language barrier that makes reserving a table difficult, or the restaurant only accepts reservations on a certain day. In rare cases, the restaurant is so exclusive that an introduction is required from one of their patrons. If you want a hassle-free way to reserve a sushi restaurant in Japan, one of the best options is to make a reservation using an online service. There are a few online options that help foreign travelers to make a reservation, such as platforms like byFood, which offers unparalleled support in making reservations in Japan. On byFood, you can use filters to narrow down restaurants based on location, price range, dietary restrictions, and more. You can easily make a reservation by entering your details on the restaurant page. ByFood will contact the restaurant on your behalf and send you an email telling you if your reservation has been confirmed or not.

Is a reservation required for sushi restaurants in Japan?

This depends on the type of sushi restaurant. Some casual sushi restaurants or conveyor belt sushi restaurants do not require a reservation, or in some cases do not allow it. Other sushi restaurants in Japan like those that offer high-end omakase sushi services or Michelin-starred restaurants always require a reservation.

What is the average cost of a meal at sushi restaurants in Japan?

Expect to pay a minimum of 2000 yen for quality sushi in Japan, however it depends on the restaurant. Some omakase sushi restaurants start at 5000 to 10,000 yen per person, while other sushi restaurants in Japan, like at conveyor belt sushi restaurants, are based on how many plates you eat, which are priced differently depending on the establishment and ingredients.

Sushi Restaurants in Japan

A quintessential Japanese food, the beloved Japanese sushi can be found in so many forms at different types of sushi restaurants in Japan. From rolled maki sushi to luxurious kaisendon sushi bowls to individual plates at conveyor belt sushi restaurants, sushi restaurants in Japan are as diverse as the sushi types they serve.

Different regions of Japan may even have their own local specialty style of sushi, depending on what is available in each region throughout the different seasons. Hokkaido is known for its high-quality seafood—like fresh crab and scallops—and sushi by extension. Kyoto is famous for “sabazushi” (a lightly vinegared mackerel sushi). Sushi restaurants in Tokyo carry the proud tradition of “Edomae” sushi, a type of sushi that originated in Tokyo and was considered to be a type of fast food, sold to on-the-go customers by street food stands.

Sushi restaurants in Japan range broadly from local family-run restaurants fitted out with tatami mats to higher-tech operations where you can seamlessly order your next sushi roll with the simple touch of a tablet. You can enjoy an elegant omakase sushi meal at a sushi restaurant in Osaka where a sushi chef prepares each and every piece right in front of your eyes, delicately shaping the rice by hand. Sushi restaurants in Kyoto at local markets serve up fresh sushi and friendly service. You can enjoy casual conveyor belt sushi for just over 100 yen per plate, or splash out several thousand yen at Michelin-starred restaurants in Tokyo.

No matter how you want to enjoy sushi in Japan, there are endless options for sushi restaurants in Japan to suit your budget. You can have a modern fast food sushi experience or a traditional sushi dining experience. Not sure where to start when it comes to sushi in Japan? Reserve a table or counter seat at a sushi restaurant to ensure you get the highest quality Japanese sushi experience.