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Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku 築地玉寿司 Sushi / Yoyogi

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Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku
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Tsukiji Tamasushi is a famous all-you-can eat sushi restaurant with varying prices. For a pair of ladies, they charge 6,300 yen, a couple is 7,350 yen, and two men are charged 8,400 yen. All the sushi is bought directly every morning from the Tsukiji fish market so you are assured the freshest and highest quality fish for a decent price. Side items like Sashimi Moriawase (assortment) and Aji no Tataki (minces raw popano fish) are good and go well with the rest of your meal and some Sake. It is always crowded so try and get there early.

Categories Sushi
Nearest Station Shinjuku
Address Takashimaya Times Square 13F, 5-24-2Sendagaya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5361-1866
Home Page (In Japanese)
Business Hours 11:00am-11:00pm
Occasion Good for Date, Family, Group
Credit Cards Yes

7 Reviews for Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku
  • (2021-01-20)

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku
  • (2019-07-31)

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku
  • (2019-05-08)

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku
  • (2019-05-03)

  • Scrumptious sushi
  • (2010-12-01)
  • MMMMMMM, my mouth is watering just remembering the joyous meal I had at Tamasushi! We had to wait in line but it certainly was worth it. We sat at the bar where we watched the skilled sushi chefs at work. The fish! Oh my the fish was very fresh, straight from Tsukiji fish market that morning and you could certainly taste it. The proportion of rice to fish was perfect and each piece of sushi just m... Read More

  • Quantity over Quality
  • (2009-01-21)
  • For the same price, I'd much rather eat less for a better eating experience. Nothing was overly bad, but nothing stood out either. Rather than using sushi rice, I think they just used regular rice so the taste was much plainer. Though they did have some more original items such as americanized rolls and asparagus cones. But, unless your super hungry and feeling like sushi, I would not recomm... Read More

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Shinjuku
  • (2007-10-10)
  • Tsukiji Tama sushi delivered the extremes along a continuum of delicious sushi. Some of the items were among the best we had had in a long time, while others were forgettable. Among the best: their tuna and the sea urchin. The forgettable: the salmon. We oredered two set meals: a “nigiri” set (1757 yen) that came with nine pieces, and a “ladies set” (1890 yen) that included seven pieces... Read More

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  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Ginza
  • (2012-04-01)
  • When: Friday night around 6:45pm Who: My Husband and 10 year old son Wear: Casual, business Why: It's near the station and near Hakuhinkan and Tsukiji Verdict: If I was craving sushi I might visit. I was curious to try the All-You-Can eat sushi. I figured it's near Tsukiji, so it has to be realatively decent. My son is obsessed with a video game which can only be played at Hakuhinkan so we... Read More

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Ikebukuro
  • (2009-08-06)
  • Nothing about Tamazushi will revolutionize your idea of sushi, but the quality is good enough to merit a visit for a sushi meal without breaking the bank. For 2,400 yen I got a set consisting of eight pieces, two of which were chu-toro (tuna belly), and one of sea urchin (uni), plus a beer. Some of the other items were not as tasty though, and the tsubu-gai (a kind of shellfish), was tougher than ... Read More

  • Tsukiji Tama-sushi: Ginza
  • (2007-06-28)
  • Tamazushi just might be paradise. High-quality, all-you-can-eat sushi. What more is there to say? After you've finished your yellowtail, tuna, or salmon, you can just ask the guy to make you more of anything you want, to order. I know, because I tried it. Tamazushi is underneath Ginza's main avenue (Chuo). There was about a 15 minute wait when I got there on a Friday night - not so bad. Tamazush... Read More
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