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Ginza Harutaka

Enjoy the cool sophistication of one of Ginza’s best sushi auteurs, who trained under the great Sukiyabashi Jiro.
Dinner: ¥50,000-59,999
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Higashiazabu Amamoto

Right next to Tokyo Tower is a 2 Michelin Star sushiya with a gilded reputation.
Dinner: ¥40,000-50,000
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Saito

Witness how minor alterations to ingredients alter the flavors significantly at this Roppongi sushiya.
Lunch: ¥30,000-40,000
Dinner: ¥30,000-40,000
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Takumi Sushi Owana

A heavyweight of the Tokyo sushi scene, now at the helm of his own Michelin-recommended sushi restaurant in Ebisu.
Dinner: ¥30,000-35,000
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Sushi Tenkawa

Sushi Tenkawa invites guests to savor meticulously curated sushi courses in Ebisu. Take time to relax away from the busy city and indulge in Edomae sushi and seasonal vegetables for a colorful and delicious sushi experience.
Lunch: ¥10,000-40,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-40,000
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Nishiazabu Taku

One of Tokyo's most famous Michelin-starred sushi counters, in the heart of one of its most upscale nightlife districts, Nishiazabu. Impeccable omakase sushi meets pairings with wines, champagnes and fine sake.
Dinner: ¥30,000-39,000
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Ginza Shibahama

A love letter to both his wife and the culinary tradition he chose to dedicate his life to, Chef Yoshio Nakashita’s dual mastery of sushi and traditional kappo cuisine are on full display at his Ginza restaurant.
Dinner: ¥25,000-35,000
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Sushidokoro Yamada

The natural flavors of the ocean, given an alternative twist.
Dinner: ¥22,000-61,000
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Sushi Kunimitsu

With a pedigree from some of the finest restaurants in Japan, America and Germany, Sushi Kunimitsu’s head chef enthralls guests with the combination of impeccable sushi and fluent English.
Dinner: ¥15,000-35,000
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Sushi Takahiro (Shinjuku)

Witness a prodigy at work. After just 13 years of training, Chef Ikuta Takahiro starts his own restaurant in Shinjuku, having joined the industry at just 18 years of age as an apprentice.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-20,000
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Shibuya Sushi Lab

Adhering to the Zen philosophy of shuhari, Chef Tahara Ryuichi uses Tsumoto-style aging techniques to elevate the flavor and umami of his Edomae sushi. Supremely affordable prices belie its sophisticated atmosphere and upscale location.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-15,000
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Sushi Himitsu

Unusually for a sushi restaurant, Chef Hirayama Yasumitsu offers kappo-style small plates alongside premium seasonal nigiri, thanks to his extensive background working in both sushi and kappo restaurants.
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000
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Sushidokoro Shigeru

For Michelin-level nigiri at reasonable prices, look no further than Akebonobashi’s Sushidokoro Shigeru. The chef’s expert knife skills, refreshing approach to sushi and hospitable manner have won the hearts of locals and travelers alike.
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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Sushi Kourin

This Shibuya sushi restaurant has earned accolades from the likes of the Michelin Guide Tokyo and Vogue — but still maintains its reputation as one of Tokyo’s most affordable and casual sushi spots.
Dinner: ¥5,000-10,000
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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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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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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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Hamaichi

These sea bream specialists serve tai-meshi with dedication and finesse. Each meal at Hamaichi underscores Japanese tradition and commitment to service through simple but expertly prepared ingredients.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-25,000
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Chakaiseki Zushi

Inspired by both daily and ceremonial meals of old, the chef of this chakaiseki restaurant manifests pre-Edo period dining philosophies to serve his guests a traditional culinary experience steeped in tea and tradition.
Lunch: ¥5,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-25,000
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Imayoshi Kojimachi

Located in the business district of Kojimachi, just west of the Imperial Palace, this Imayoshi outlet provides a sushi experience that employs a traditional approach with signature touches.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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G -WA Selection- (Tokyo Marriott Hotel)

Billed as authentic Japanese cuisine with a French twist, the Tokyo Marriott Hotel’s G ~WA Selection~ feels just as sophisticated as its name thanks to its stylish treatment of Japanese classics in a luxurious space.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-15,000
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Jukusei Sushi Wagokoro

Almost 30 types of sushi are beautifully sculpted and served here at this Shibuya sushi establishment — each one made with fish that has been aged for the optimal amount of time to bring out its natural umami.
Dinner: ¥25,000-35,000
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Sushi Gotoroppo

A traditional Japanese wagashi sweets shop and a premium omakase sushi restaurant rolled into one, Sushi Gotoroppo is at the peak of both culinary art forms. It’s located at the top of 10 flights of stairs, but the rewards are worth it.
Dinner: ¥15,000-20,000
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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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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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Sushi Ito Ikkan

Doing things differently. Particularly popular with guests from overseas, this premium sushi restaurant even departs from the omakase tradition to accommodate personalized nigiri requests.
Lunch: ¥5,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-35,000
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Shibuya Sushiki

To Chef Takumi Marui, nothing is more important than freshness. He cuts no corners in sourcing his fish, even controlling the precise humidity and temperature to ensure that it’s as fresh as possible when sculpting perfect Edomae nigiri.
Dinner: ¥14,000-20,000
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Itamae Bar LIVE FISH MARKET - Hibiya Gourmet Zone

Enjoy the lively atmosphere, fresh food and excellent drinks at this fish bar in the Hibiya Gourmet Zone. Order sizes range from a few slices to an entire half fish. Enjoy your fish of choice prepared any way, from salt-grilling to acqua pazza.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-10,000
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Frequently Asked Questions

How to reserve sushi restaurants in Tokyo?

Sushi restaurants in Tokyo usually take reservations over the phone, but this, of course, depends on the sushi restaurant. However, phone reservations can be difficult if you do not speak Japanese. The best option to reserve sushi restaurants in Tokyo is to use an online reservation service. Platforms like byFood help foreign travelers to make reservations at restaurants. You can easily use byFood to filter for the type of Tokyo sushi restaurant you would like to eat at, and in which area of Tokyo. This makes it easy to narrow down sushi restaurant options and make a reservation. Just add in your details to the sushi restaurant page, and byFood will submit a reservation request on your behalf. When the reservation is successful, you will receive a confirmation email. Otherwise, you will receive a rejection email.

Is a reservation required for sushi restaurants in Tokyo?

Not all sushi restaurants in Tokyo require a reservation, however some do. This depends on the sushi restaurant of course, but usually it is not necessary for casual sushi restaurants, like sushiya at markets and conveyor belt sushi restaurants. If you want to try high-end sushi, reserving a Tokyo sushi restaurant is almost essential, and definitely recommended as they are very popular. Some sushi restaurants in Tokyo are often reserved many months in advance.

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

This depends on the type of sushi and the restaurant. Conveyor belt sushi restaurants where you pay per plate means that the price will depend on what you eat. If it is a mid-range sushi restaurant in Tokyo, you can expect to pay around 3000 yen for a set meal, sushi bowl, or several plates from a sushi train. Upscale sushi restaurants start from 5000 yen per head, but can cost much more.

Sushi Restaurants in Tokyo

Trying different types of sushi at sushi restaurants in Tokyo is certainly exciting if you are a seafood fan. Undeniably, diverse dining experiences in Tokyo await at each and every one of the city’s incredible sushi restaurants. Sushi restaurants in Tokyo of course have access to the freshest fish and seafood, delivered directly to the city’s famous Toyosu Wholesale Fish Market each day. With quality products readily available from the largest fish market in the world, you are guaranteed high-quality sushi no matter which sushi restaurant in Tokyo you find yourself in.

Sushi restaurants in Tokyo range from sushi trains in the heart of Shibuya (with individual plates starting at 100 yen each) to family-run sushi restaurants serving up fresh kaisendon sushi bowls and nigiri sushi sets. Traditional sushi restaurants and upscale sushi restaurants await, no matter what your budget. While there are still so many excellent affordable options like at tiny counter seat restaurants (where the chef prepares it in front of you), some more classy options include Michelin-starred restaurants in Tokyo which serve up the most high-end sushi imaginable. In the hospitable spirit of "omakase" hospitality, enjoy your seasonal sushi menu that is chosen for you by a specialty sushi chef, with each piece carefully hand-pressed with years of training.There is always a new kind of sushi adventure waiting around the corner in Tokyo!

Arguably one of the best Japanese foods available, you can find incredibly high-quality sushi in any pocket of the enormous city. However, with so many options it can be overwhelming finding the best of the best. Don't miss out on the best sushi restaurants in Tokyo, reserve your unique Tokyo sushi dining experience for some of the best sushi you will eat in your lifetime!