5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo

With the advantage of Toyosu fish market, the place where gathers the best fish in the country, Tokyo becomes a place not to be missed when you want to enjoy sushi.

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5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo

Sushi Saito, Roppongi

Sushi Saito is a 3-star Michelin restaurant by famous chef Takashi Saito. It was once the late chef Joel Robuchon, who owns the most Michellin stars in the world, described as "the best sushi restaurant in the world". Photo: Dotwnews.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo
A special feature of Sushi Saito is the traditional sushi art. This type of sushi is a piece of fish chopped and mixed with a bit of salt, sour ginger. To get a seat at the restaurant you have to book a few months in advance. Photo: Dotwnews.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo

Kyubey, Ginza

The restaurant was founded in 1935 by chef Hisaji Imada, and is considered to be the chef of the art of gunkanmaki. Gunkanmaki is a type of sushi wrapped around by seaweed with topping like salmon roe, flying fish and finely chopped tuna. Photo: Now Travel Asia.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo
In addition, the restaurant is also famous for pioneering to use salmon eggs as ingredients for sushi. Former US President Obama came here to have dinner with Prime Minister Abe in 2018. Photo: Now travel asia.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo

Masuda, Minatoku

Sushi Masuda chooses fish that are caught by day and of good quality. Therefore, not only is served in a room with the ideal temperature for sushi, visitors also enjoy the delicious taste and freshness from the ingredients. Photo: Sushigirl.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo
Matsuda restaurant is visited by many famous people, including the heads of state. This is known as the 2 star Michellin restaurant. Photo: Tourmega.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo

Sushi Dai, Koto

Relocating from Tsukiji Market to Toyosu Market, Sushi Dai is a must-visit sushi place when visiting fish markets. Coming to the restaurant early in the morning, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy the famous sushi set Sushi Omakase for 4,000 yen (865,000 VND). Photo: CNN.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo
In addition, Sushi Dai is also considered the shop with the best fresh fish ingredients at Toyosu market. It is always crowded here waiting to enjoy sushi at the restaurant. Photo: Whole World Display Ground.
5 sushi restaurants should not miss in Tokyo

Sushi Take, Ginza

The restaurant's chef is female. Popular dishes that you should eat here are sushi made from scallops or white fish. In addition, the shop is also a reasonable choice with affordable prices. You do not have to spend much to enjoy the menu.

In addition to sushi, visitors to Japan can enjoy Ramen noodles, Takoyaki cakes, baked dishes and many other traditional dishes. Photo: Tabelog.

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