Since 1877. Pre-Edo Period-style sushi bar.
One of Tokyo’s top sushi restaurants with a sense of tradition and formality.
Pre-Edo Period sushi is characterized by toppings that are preserved with salt and vinegar, steamed, boiled, coated with sauce, and pickled. The rice is seasoned with red vinegar and salt.
The sushi for the meals is chosen and served by the head chef.
“Barachirashi” is also a renowned item made with a variety of toppings.
A sushi bar carrying on the tradition of Pre-Edo Period style sushi.
No photography allowed.
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- Postal Code
- 4-10-13 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Sundays and holidays
- Business Hours
※Last order on Saturday is 8 p.m.
- Lunch ~3,999yen – Dinner ~14,999yen
- One minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line at Higashi-ginza Station
- Credit Cards
- Accepted (American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa)