Sushi is the specialty of Japanese food. Sushi is widely eaten and appreciated the world over. If you are visiting Tokyo then do not miss the golden opportunity of tasting authentic sushi. Tokyo has many restaurants which serve sushi; some of them are as follows:
Sukiyabashi Jiro Restaurant in Ginza serves the best Sushi in town. It was awarded three stars by Tokyo Michelin Guide. The place is known for its warmth and excellent food. The place offers the best sushi and every piece is surely a masterpiece.
Kyubei was established in 1936 and has since maintained its reputation of producing mouth watering sushi and also introducing innovations in the art of sushi making.
Tsukiji Fish Market
The Tsukiji fish market is located in central Tokyo and is a famous place for buying fish. It actually is a wholesale fish market and also features several restaurants which are open for business from as early as 05:00a till afternoon. The Sushi Dai is a famous restaurant of Tsukiji; it is one restaurant in Tokyo that comes with rare reviews. Sushi Dai serves the best fresh fish. Each bite is full of delight. The flavor tantalizes your taste buds. However to taste that delicious out of this world fish you have to be up early. Late comers can join the long queue. The place closes down at 2:00 P.M.
The Diawa Sushi is also located in Tsukiji. It serves generous portions of amazing sushi. The food is delicious though the service is pretty average. It is reasonably priced restaurant where you have to reach early to avoid disappointment.
Tsukiji Sushi Sei
Another restaurant worth mentioning in the Tsukiji area is the Tsukiji Sushi Sei. This restaurant has 20 outlets all over Japan and is famous for its original Edo Mae style sushi.
You can also go to the Iwasasushi in Tsukiji. Here the décor is purely Japanese with a counter having capacity for 15 people. Fresh sushi is prepared before you and is served on a green leaf pieces by pieces as the food is prepared. The menu is in English
Sushi Bun also in Tsukiji is a great place to the delectable Japanese food. The best thing about this place is that you get super food without having to wait in a long queue. The staff is also quite friendly. Satisfied customers claim that sushi here is better than that at Diawa and Sushi Dai but then you have to eat it to know it.
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