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Sushiden Kenzan すし田 乾山 Sushi / Akasaka

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Sushiden Kenzan is an Edo-style sushi restaurant that first opened 50 years ago n Nihonbashi. They are known for their selection of fresh fish and the skill of their chefs. The interior features a lot of wood, making it a warm and welcoming space. 35 seats available. Find this store at the akasaka Sacas complex.

Categories Sushi
Nearest Station Akasaka
Address Akaska Biztower 2F (Akasaka Sacas), 5-3-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-3584-1588
Home Page (In Japanese)
Business Hours Mon-Fri 11:00am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm; Sat-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm
Price Lunch: 2,000-2,999yen Dinner: 5,000-5,999yen
Occasion Good for Date, Family, Solo, Group

1 Review for Sushiden Kenzan

  • Sushiden Kenzan
  • (2008-04-11)
  • The chef or bartender behind the counter seats at a restaurant can either make or break the experience. The chef manning the counter during my visit to Sushiden Kenzan totally made mine. At the suggestion of the waitress I ordered the chirashi sushi (1680 yen), which is a bed of vinagered rice with lots of seafood toppings scrambled on top. Mine came with some of the usual bites like salmon, scal... Read More

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