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Sushi Dai

寿司大

Help desk

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Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 03-3547-6797 (+81-3-3547-6797)

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Sorry if you have to queue - the very best sushi served here is well worth the wait! The entertaining service provided by the staff will leave no customer bored.

Although it is often said that starters should be light and simple, this restaurant serves "Otoro" (fatty tuna) as a starter of the "Omakase" ("Select") course. We serve the fatty sushi at the beginning because we want the customers who may have queued to eat this rich-tasting sushi first. Our motto is to make sure the fish that we serve is fresh and seasonal, wherever the place of origin of the fish may be. Mr. Urushihara says, "Based on my experience, I believe it is very crucial to pick fresh fish, and also to build a strong relationship with the fish wholesaler". Mr Urushihara goes around the fish market by himself every morning to buy fresh fish that are in season. We value not only the taste but the conversations we have with our customers over the open kitchen as well. Don't hesitate to visit our sushi restaurant and enjoy delicious sushi here. We apologize if you have to queue. There are many customers who visit us alone, so we try to talk to them so that they can feel at ease. Although it is often said that starters should be light and simple, this restaurant serves "Otoro" (fatty tuna) as a starter of the "Omakase" ("Select read morect") course. We serve the fatty sushi at the beginning because we want the customers who may have queued to eat this rich-tasting sushi first. Our motto is to make sure the fish that we serve is fresh and seasonal, wherever the place of origin of the fish may be. Mr. Urushihara says, "Based on my experience, I believe it is very crucial to pick fresh fish, and also to build a strong relationship with the fish wholesaler". Mr Urushihara goes around the fish market by himself every morning to buy fresh fish that are in season. We value not only the taste but the conversations we have with our customers over the open kitchen as well. Don't hesitate to visit our sushi restaurant and enjoy delicious sushi here. We apologize if you have to queue. There are many customers who visit us alone, so we try to talk to them so that they can feel at ease. ... learn more from chef

  • English menu
  • English-speaking staff
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Lunch
  • Late-night service
  • No smoking
  • Special dietary requests
  • Western cutlery

Help desk

:
Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 03-3547-6797 (+81-3-3547-6797)

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Access
3 minutes by foot from Tsukijishijo station on the Toei Oedo line/10 minutes by foot from Tsukiji station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya line
Cuisine
Japanese / Sushi / Sushi,Japanese
Average price
3,000 JPY
Open
[Weekday/Saturday/eve of national holiday] Normal hours: 05:00-14:00 Entry will be allowed up to the last customer in the queue at 14:00 *Only on Wednesdays will the deadline for the queue be adjusted such that we can close at 14:00
Closed
Irregular
Address

Tsukijishijo 6-gokan, 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo map

Sushi Dai_Outside view
Address (for taxi driver )
東京都中央区築地5-2-1築地市場6号館
English services
English menu and English-speaking staff available.
Credit cards accepted
Features
English menu / English-speaking staff / No smoking / Special diet / Western cutlery

Japanese Dining Etiquette

Japanese Dining Etiquette - SUSHI