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Daiwa Sushi 大和寿司 Sushi / Tsukiji

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One of the two most famous sushi restaurants in Tsukiji Fish Market, Daiwa Sushi commands an incredible wait; over an hour. The fish is incredibly fresh, and the chefs' skills are famous. Many of the customers are Japanese, among whom Daiwa Sushi is well reputed. Bear in mind, you won't be able to spend more than twenty minutes in the store; other people will be waiting outside, just as you did. While everyone knows that the wait is long and the there's little time to savor the sushi, people still flock to Daiwa Sushi. Omakase, the chef's choice, costs 3,500 yen.

Categories Sushi
Nearest Station Tsukiji
Address Tsukiji Market Part6 Bldg. 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-3547-6807
Business Hours closed Sun
Occasion Good for Solo, Group

5 Reviews for Daiwa Sushi

  • Daiwa Sushi
  • (2020-09-19)

  • Daiwa Sushi
  • (2020-05-12)

  • Daiwa Sushi
  • (2013-09-09)
  • Really awesome sushi restaurant we went during our trip in Tokyo. After reading the positive reviews we decided to give it a try and it is totally worth is. I'd recommend the grilled salmon sushi out of the menu.

  • Look no further for the best sushi in Tokyo
  • (2009-01-11)
  • This is the best sushi I've tried in Tokyo. Daiwa Sushi (actually pronounced "ZUSHI") is run by the son of a popular fisherman. Actually, the fisherman father runs a shop called "Sushidai" just a couple of shops to the right. Apparently, the sushi duo fish together and compete to see who can catch and make the best sushi in Tsukiji. Quite a nice back-story, if I've ever heard one. To be honest... Read More

  • Daiwa Sushi
  • (2008-02-20)
  • A quivering shrimp on my breakfast table is an unusual sight, but one that Daiwa sushidelivered. At 8.00 am, on a cold winter Tokyo morning, I found myself lining up for close to 45 minutes outside this tiny Tsukiji institution to try their famous sushi. A visit to Tsukiji, the world’s biggest fish market, would be incomplete without a sushi breakfast. Raw fish in the morning doesn’t top m... Read More
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