“Enjoy the spirit of our chefs through the flavor and deliciousness of a single nigiri-sushi”
This tradition has remained unchanged in more than 70 years of Kyubey’s establishment.
There is nothing like the spirit of good service to let you enjoy the current moment comfortably, through the use of the natural flavor of simple ingredients.
The Japanese style building is built in the style of a modern tea-ceremony house, giving foreign visitors a chance to feel the wonders of Japan.
|Address||8－7－6 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||11：30-14：00 L.O. 13：40
17：00-22：00 L.O. 21：30
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Closed on New Year Holidays
Closed on Bon holidays
Founded in 1935. We have continued to offer our sushi over four generations, based on our motto of preparing the best fillings with the skills and spirit of Sushiko .
We specialize in traditional edo-mae-zushi, and also serve many types of snacks and unique types of sushi.
We welcome you to Sushiko for entertaining and holding business meetings with clients, or for a meal with family or friends.
|Address||Toko Building 1F
7－7－14 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Friday 5：30pm-2：00am L.O. 1：30am
Saturdays 12：00pm-10：30pm L.O. 9：30pm
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays|
We are on 6F of a building on Chuo-dori diagonally across from Matsuzakaya, just a 2 minute-walk from Ginza Station.
We have 18 counter seats and two tables for four people. In a comfortable atmosphere created with soft-toned wood and subdued indirect lighting, our well-seasoned chefs, who are the connoisseurs of neta (sushi topping), welcome you and satisfy your needs.
In spite of fresh ingredients procured daily at the Tsukiji Fish Market, our irresistible prices start from 105 per one nigiri a small clump of rice with a piece of fish on top.
|Address||Kosaka Building 6F
6-9-5 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday 11：30-23：00 L.O. 22：30
Sundays and public holidays 11：30-22：00 L.O. 21：30
Monday－Friday 11：30～15：30 Lunch time
|Holiday||Open seven days a week
Closed on January 1