Original setting with all the lamps, wood and old fish boxes. Not too expansive. Sushi were tasty enough, good value for money. A pleasant stop on your way. They stop serving lunch at 2pm.
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If you are looking for a casual eating spot in which you can indulge on superb seafood straight from Tsukuji market at prices which are a fraction of the surrounding joints, you'll come to the right place. It is super casual, smoky, loud and packed...More
This is not fine dining but it's great dining. Reasonable prices, cold beer, great food in a casual and friendly atmosphere right in the Ginza
Hidden gem of central Tokyo. Very relaxing casual Izakaya, close to Imperial hotel and other posh boutiques in Ginza. Beautiful decor of fish boat and lively atmosphere with friendly staff, group of salary man seated shoulder distance away. All fish are fresh from tsukiji. No...More
WHAT A FIND! After trekking past a large number of restaurants in Ginza we stumbled across this gem of a restaurant tucked under the JR railway lines. After some trepidation that nothing was in English, the location, the plastic sheets for doors and the tables...More