The 10 Best Sushi Restaurants You Must Eat in Asakusa, Tokyo

Asakusa is popular for even foreigners as they have sightseeing spots such as Kaminarimon, Sensoji and nakamise. Eating when you walk is popular style in Asakusa but also sushi is popular too. Today, we would like to introduce popular sushi restaurants top 10. Please enjoy!


1. Asakusa Sushiyu

1. Asakusa Sushiyu
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“Asakusa Sushiyu” is all reserved restaurant. They serve seasonal fish, the rice they use are selected. They have lots of drinks but also you can bring wine or champagne so you can relax. Please visit famous sushi restaurant in Asakusa!

■Information
Name: Asakusa Sushiyu
Address: 3-16-8 Nishi Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3845-1913
Time: 18:00~ 22:30
Close: Sunday
Access: 10 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Website: http://www.sushi-yu.com/
Map: Map to Asakusa Sushiyu

2. Bentenyama Miyakosushi

2. Bentenyama Miyakosushi
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“Bentenyama Miyakosushi” is where you can eat Edo style sushi. It will be interesting to hear about Yoshizukushi which is 5th owner’s favorite. This restaurant has been in Asakusa for long time. Please visit!

■Information
Name: Bentenyama Miyakosushi
Address: 2-1-16 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3844-0034
Close: Monday, third Sunday
Access: 4 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Website: http://www.bentenyama-miyakosushi.com/
Map: Map to Bentenyama Miyakosushi

3. Asakusa Sushiken

3. Asakusa Sushiken
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“Asakusa Sushiken” has table seats which is convenient for group. It is near Asakusa station . You can eat seasonal course meal from 5000 yen and they have lunch menu from 1300 yen which is good for family visit.

They serve food for people who are on Halal so even guests who eat limited food can enjoy Japanese food. Please try!

■Information
Name: Asakusa Sushiken
Address: 2-11-4 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-5246-6547
Close: none
Access: Asakusa station

Website: http://www.asakusa-sushiken.com/
Map: Map to Asakusa Sushiken

4. Sushi Homare

4. Sushi Homare
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It is located at 8 minutes from Asakusa station by foot. Sushi Homare is where you can eat rice soaked with red vinegar. If you go there for celebration, they will serve wine that matches fish. They will make sushi according your budget. Please visit!

■Information
Name: Sushi homare
Address: Ito building 102, 2-27-1 Nishi Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-6802-7235
Time: 17:00~ 24:00
Close: Wednesday
Access: 8 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Website: http://www.sushi-homare.com/
Map: Map to Sushi homare

5. Sushiei Matsuya Asakusa Chikai-ten

5. Sushiei Matsuya Asakusa Chikai-ten
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“Sushiei Matsuya Asakusa Chikai-ten” is where you can eat sushi not only counter seats but also you can grab to go. It is located at 3 minutes from Asakusa station by foot. You can eat Edo style sushi and inari sushi, so you can enjoy with your family too.

At counter seats, you can eat seasonal sushi, and you can eat sushi from 850 yen for lunch, so it may be good to stop by after getting tired from shopping. Please visit!

■Information
Name: Sushiei Matsuya Asakusa Chikai-ten
Address: 1-4-1 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3841-7199
Time: 10:00~ 19:30
Close: none
Access: 3 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Website: http://www.ginza-sushiei.com/
Map: Map to Sushiei Matsuya Asakusa Chikai-ten

6. Edomae Mimatsu

6. Edomae Mimatsu
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“Edomae Mimatsu” is where you can eat fish that skin is shinning and conger eel. It was sent to daughter from her dad in February 2014. It is rare in Asakusa that sushi restaurant that is owned by female.

Even when it is a little awkward to go alone if you are female, since there is a female at counter, it wouldn’t be that awkward. Please visit!

■Information
Name: Edomae Mimatsu
Address: 1-6-5 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3841-5717
Close: Wednesday
Access: 5 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Website: http://www.asakusa-mimatsu.com/
Map: Map to Edomae Mimatsu

7. Asakusa Sushisei

7. Asakusa Sushisei
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“Asakusa sushisei” has opened in Meiji period. It has been loved in Asakusa for 120 years. They serve seasonal fish like conger eel in rainy season. They also serve homemade ginger or seaweed roll. If you come to Asakusa for sightseeing, please visit!

■Information
Name: Asakusa sushisei
Address: 1-9-8 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3841-1604
Access: 6 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Map: Map to Asakusa sushisei

8. Kibunzushi

8. Kibunzushi
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Kibunzushi is where you can eat Edo style sushi. They have red sign at the entrance. They have lots of kind of sushi such as tuna, conger eel and sea sell.

If you go early of the day, it may be crowded with local people who always go there, but if you keep going there, you might feel comfortable with being there. Please visit where has been loved in Asakusa for long time!

■Information
Name: Kibunzushi
Address: 1-17-10 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3841-0984
Close: Wednesday
Access: 3 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Map: Map to Kibunzushi

9. Kintarosushi Medoten

9. Kintarosushi Medoten
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“Kintarosushi Medoten” can have 40 people if you want to have a party. Staff from this restaurant has been earning awards for sushi competition for 36 years.

They get fish from Tsukiji fish market so it is fresh. You can eat sushi set for 800 yen and up, so it may be good to go when you are hungry a little bit.

■Information
Name: Kintarosushi Medoten
Address: 3-35-10 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-3875-3075
Close: random
Access: 8 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Website: http://www.kintaro-sushi.com/
Map: Map to Kintarosushi Medoten

10. Sushi Isshin

10. Sushi Isshin
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“Sushi Isshin” serves Edo style sushi in Asakusa that got one star from Michelin in 2011. It is located in backstreet of Asakusa. It is a small restaurant that has mainly counter seats.

It looks like luxurious restaurant in downtown from outside. They serve Edo style sushi which is small rice with big fish. Please visit!

■Information
Name: Sushi Isshin
Address: 4-11-3 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo
Phone: +81-3-5603-1108
Time: 18:00~ 22:00
Close: Sunday, Holiday
Access: 5 minutes from Asakusa station by foot

Map: Map to Sushi Isshin

Let’s enjoy good sushi in Asakusa!

Asakusa is popular town not only for Japanese but tourists from overseas too. Today we introduced sushi restaurants we would like you to go top 10. Have you found the one you like? There are lots of Japanese food restaurant in Asakusa other than sushi such as tempura or sukiyaki. Please find your favorite restaurant when you come to Asakusa for sightseeing!




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