Ginza Sushi KANESAKA

48,400 JPY 〜
/ Guest
48,400 JPY 〜
/ Guest

Enjoy sublime cuisine in a serene setting at this renowned one-star sushi restaurant that leads Ginza’s culinary scene

In Ginza 8-chome, a neighborhood brimming with high-end sushi restaurants, Ginza Sushi KANESAKA stands out for exquisite sushi renowned amongst the genre’s greatest connoisseurs. In fact, this one-star sushi restaurant has never lost its popularity since opening in 2000.

Ginza Sushi KANESAKA is helmed by Chiba-born chef Shinji Kanesaka. After graduating from culinary school, he trained at renowned sushi restaurants in Ginza and other cities. Well-trained physically and mentally as a baseball player in his high school days, he also distinguished himself in the culinary world and opened his own restaurant, Ginza Sushi KANESAKA, in 2000.

Chef Kanesaka puts the most emphasis on the harmony of seafood, sushi rice, and wasabi. The preparation of seafood and the temperature and consistency of sushi rice are tuned according to the ingredients available on the day so that sushi will start melting as soon as you put it in your mouth. The chef also makes careful arrangements that account for the preferences of individual guests -- this exceptional expertise and attention to detail is the very reason why the restaurant receives great loyalty from patrons.

As well as superlative sushi, Ginza Sushi KANESAKA also offers a wide variety of red, white, and sparkling wines, as well as sake to meet the preferences of different customers. The sake list includes Kiku-Masamune from Hyogo and Koshi no Kanbai from Niigata as well as Suigousakari selected by the chef from his home prefecture of Chiba for its harmonious balance.

The dining room at Ginza Sushi KANESAKA was inspired by a combination of Japanese architecture and art; the interior is inspired by traditional Japanese tearooms of the Edo period (17th to 19th centuries) and fabricated by craftsmen. It is adorned with paintings of Mount Fuji by world famous artists, including Hokusai, since the location used to offer a view of the beautiful mountain.

A new straight counter made of 300-year-old solid hinoki cypress (with eight seats) was set when the restaurant was renovated in 2020. At the counter, the supreme sushi made by Chef Kanesaka is served on exquisite antique plates, including antiquities dating back to the Momoyama period (16th century), elegant modern plates, and ceramics by the renowned artist Rosanjin Kitaoji. For dining in this stylish restaurant, smart casual attire is recommended.

Be prepared for a truly exceptional dining experience.

※ Awarded 2 star on world-renowned gourmet guide Tokyo 2023

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Access
A 8 minutes walk from Shinbashi Station on JR Yamanote Line, Shinbashi Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Shinbashi Station on Toei Asakusa Line, Ginza Exit
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Frequently Asked Questions
■ Do you have a private dining room?
Private dining room(s) are not available.
■ Are children welcome? If so, is a separate menu for children available?
It is possible as long as you are at least 12 years old and can eat the same course as an adult.
■ Are photos allowed in the restaurant?
Unfortunately, photos or videos are not allowed in the restaurant. Photos are welcome at the entrance door of the restaurant.
■ Can the course be customized for vegetarian, vegan or low calories?
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer any customization on our course offers or offer a la carte option.
■ Are menus available in other languages?
Unfortunately, we only offer our menu in Japanese.
■ Does anyone in the restaurant speak other languages?
Unfortunately, our staff only speak Japanese.
■ Can I make a reservation for 1 person?
We accept reservations starting from 1 person.
■ Is there a dress code?
We do not have a dress code.

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Recommendation(6)

  • 50's

    Date of Visit: 12/2022
    言うまでもありませんが、おいしいネタが揃っていて、ネタの種類の多さ、切り方も素晴らしく、大変おいしい江戸前鮨です。
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Other
  • 50's

    Date of Visit: 12/2022
    仕事でせかしてしまいましたが、楽しく会話をしながら大変おいしく握ってさせて頂き、至福の時を過ごさせていただきました、と報告を受けました。 よい記念となったようで、私も嬉しいです。
    Number of visits: 2+Purpose: Anniversary
  • 40's

    Date of Visit: 4/2022
    連休と漁場時化の折ながら、丁寧な調理技術でカバーしておられ美味しく頂戴致しました。 今後とも贔屓にさせていただきたく存じます。
    Number of visits: 2+Purpose: With family

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Courses

Lunch
omakase
48,400 JPY / Guest
Dinner
omakase
48,400 JPY / Guest

Information

Name

Ginza Sushi KANESAKA [銀座 鮨 かねさか 本店]

Cuisine Type

Sushi

Opening hours

Lunch:12:00~14:00          Dinner:17:30~22:00

Holidays

Sunday, Monday

Access

8-10-3, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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