Tokyo has the most numerous “Michelin-starred” restaurants in the world. Today, we are lucky enough to introduce all Sushi restaurants listed on “MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017”. There are 25 Sushi restaurants selected.
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★Michelin one-starred 14 sushi restaurants have awesome originality and quality.
Sushi ICHIKAWA | Pocket Concierge
“A new world that combines Tokyo-style sushi and Kyoto cuisine”
Located in a quiet residential neighborhood in Setagaya-ku. The owner chef Ichikawa has a unique experience of training at a well-known Kyoto cuisine restaurant for seven years and later training at a sushi restaurant for four years. Ichikawa specially interests in tuna so he creates Sumeshi (Vinegared Sushi Rice) to match tuna. In the traditional Tokyo-style sushi of Ichikawa, guests can taste like delicate gems of traditional Kyoto cuisine.
Name: Sushi ICHIKAWA
Address: 4-27-1 Nakamachi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Access: 15-minute walk from Kaminoge station, Oimachi Line
Kurosaki | Pocket Concierge
“Precious and exquisite sushi restaurant in Shibuya”
Located at the top of Miyamasuzaka, slightly away from the hustle and bustle of Shibuya, an area that is home to many different types of restaurants. The owner-chef Mr.Kurosaki serves Omakase course, offering a combination of traditional Edomae-style sushi, and a great selection of diligently prepared dishes. These dishes are carefully made with delicious DASHI(Japanese soup stock), creating the perfect accompaniment for the rare selection of Japanese sake, providing almost eternal happiness for Japanese sake lovers.
Address: 1-5-9, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Access: 7-minute walk from Shibuya station, JR Yamanote Line
Sushi Arai | Pocket Concierge
“Sensitive skill of having balance of vinegar, rice and fish”
The owner-chef Mr. Arai, who trained at the famous sushi restaurants for 10 years at Kyubei and for 6 years at Sushisho keeps on making amazing sushi in Ginza where is a battleground of sushi restaurants of Tokyo. Depending on fish, some sushi rice are prepared with red vinegar, a testament to the chef’s subtle touches. There is also a wide selection of Japanese sake and wines in store. The restaurant has proven so popular that seats are already hard to book.
Name: Sushi Arai
Address: B1 floor of Rouen Building, 8-10-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Ginza station (Exit A5), Ginza Line
Harutaka | Pocket Concierge
“The highest-grade sushi of a long-established in Ginza”
The owner-chef Mr. Takahashi Harutaka is originally from Asahikawa, Hokkaido, he has a career over several years training at famous Sushi restaurants in Sapporo and Ginza. He visits Tsukiji Market every morning to purchase the finest ingredients without any compromise. It is because his strong desire to have guests eat in the real taste of season that can bring out the charm of the fish as much as possible. Harutaka combines 2 types of Sushi rice to keep valance of the special salty and sour taste. Thousands of guests stop by here just for the impressive Sushi he made.
Address: 6F, 8-3-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Shimbashi station, JR Yamanote Line
Sugita | Pocket Concierge
“Craftsman pursuing the best ‘Omotenashi’ by succeeding the philosophy from long-established sushi restaurants”
Known as one of the most difficult sushi restaurants to reserve, “Nihonbashi Kakigaracho Sugita” is not only famous for its excellent quality of tsumami and sushi, but also for the chef Mr. Takaaki Sugita’s character and hospitality. Sugita was awarded Michelin-star and since then it has been attracting even more attentions worldwide.
Address: B1F, 1-33-6 Nihonbashi Kakigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 3-minute walk from Suitengu station(Exit 4), Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
Sushi Shin | Pocket Concierge
“The Sushi craftsman finally found his own sensibility after trying hundreds of sushi restaurants”
Lacated in Nishiazabu where attracts many gourmets. The owner-chef, Mr. Shintaro Suzuki’s good-taste tsumami and sushi are always highly recognized. Since the first year when Michelin Guide landed in Japan, Sushi Shin has won one-star for 10 consecutive years. Not being trained by so-called famous sushi restaurants though, Edo-style sushi (traditional style of sushi) restaurant created its own style and inspiration, attracting people from all over the world.
Name: Sushi Shin
Address: 4-18-20 Nishi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: 10-minute by taxi from Shibuya station
Address: 5-8-13 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: 10-minute walk from Shirokane-Takanawa station(Exit 3), Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line
Sushi Tokami(鮨 とかみ)
Ginza Sushi Kanesaka(銀座 鮨 かねさか本店)
Ginza Iwa(銀座 いわ)
★★Michelin two-starred 8 sushi restaurants have worth to go even by taking the long way around.
Sushi Masuda | Pocket Concierge
“Edo-style traditional sushi prepared according to the traditions of the renowned three-starred restaurant”
Opened in 2014 by Mr. Masuda, an energetic sushi chef who trained for 9 years at Michelin three-starred sushi restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro in Ginza. As he had learned at Sukiyabashi Jiro, Masuda operates with the belief that the preparation of ingredients is key to great sushi. He selects only the best fish of the day and carefully controls the individual temperature and amount of moisture for each sushi topping.
Name: Sushi Masuda
Address: B1F, 5-8-11 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: 4-minute walk from Omotesando station (Exit B1), Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Sushi Umi | Pocket Concierge
“Passionately sushi restaurant that maintains Michelin stars by the spirit of previous owner-chef”
Located in Minami Aoyama, Umi continues to attract a large following of guests from both Japan and abroad while it firmly holds on to its two stars from Michelin Guide. Mr. Nakamura leads Umi as its 3rd generation successor by taking on the spirit and aspirations left behind by the previous owners. He is charismatic and humorous, and he cherishes the idea that sushi preparation should emphasize “passion, rather than technique,” which was the spirits of the previous owners.
Name: Sushi Umi
Address: 1F, 3-2-8 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-Ku Tokyo
Access: 7-minute walk from Gaiemmae Station(Exit 1a), Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Higashi-Azabu Amamoto | Pocket Concierge
“The Michelin-star rookie inheriting the soul of ‘Oyaji-san’, the legendary sushi craftsman”
With great expectation from gastronomes, Amamoto had gotten no vacancy for reservation even before opening. In the winter of 2016, Amamoto was awarded 2 stars in the Michelin Guide 2017 shortly half year after the opening. The owner-chef Mr. Masamichi Amamoto became a “big” rookie star in the sushi industry. He had a great experience as an assistant of the legendary sushi craftsman Mr.Nagano (so-called “Oyaji-san” which stands for an “elderly master” in Japanese) who had devoted his life to his sushi restaurant “Umi”. The spirit of Mr. Amamoto gained from the training experience in Umi and his thoughts about sushi.
Name: Higashi-Azabu Amamoto
Address: 1-7-9 Higashi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: 4-minute walk from Akabanebashi station(Exit Akabanebashi), Toei Oedo Line
Nishiazabu Taku | Pocket Concierge
Name: Nishiazabu Taku
Address: Kapalua Nishiazabu 1F, 2-11-5, Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Nogizaka station(Exit 5), Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Kimura | Pocket Concierge
Address: 3-21-8 Tamagawa, Setagaya 158-0094, Tokyo
Access: 6-minute walk from Futako-tamagawa station, Tokyu Den’entoshi Line
Sukiyabashi Jiro Roppongi Hills(すきやばし次郎 六本木)
Address: 6-12-2 Roppongi | Roppongi Hills Keyakizaka-dori 3F, Minato, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Roppongi station(Exit 4), Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Address: 5-20-2 Nishikamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Kamata station, JR Line
Address: 5-9-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 1-minute walk from Ginza station(Exit A5), Tokyo Metro Ginza and Hibiya Line
★★★Michelin three-starred 3 sushi restaurants are the best professionals of Sushi industry in Japan.
Sukiyabashi Jiro (すきやばし次郎)
Sukiyabashi Jiro｜Pocket Concierge
Address: B1 floor of Tsukamoto Sogyo building, 4-2-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 1-minute walk from Ginza station (Exit C6), Ginza and Hibiya Line
Sushi SAITO｜Pocket Concierge
It is a Edo-style sushi Sushi restaurant by owner-chef Mr. Takashi Saito in Roppongi, Tokyo. From the counter of one board of Shiraki, the best sushi that relaxes the tension of the guest are created by Mr. Saito’s technique which is delicate and precise. He is a representative Sushi chef of Japan, and also a person who has a calm and hospitality personality. Sushi SAITO has the charm that guests can taste “Tsumami” (appetizer) and “Nigiri” (hand-shaped sushi) by Omakase style with his talk with a light humor.
Address: ARK Hills South Tower, 1-4-5 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Tameikesannou station, Ginza and Nanboku Line
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Sushi Yoshitake (鮨よしたけ)
Address: 3rd floor of Suzuryu Building, 8-7-19, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5-minute walk from Ginza station, Ginza and Hibiya Line