Kyubey Sushi in Tokyo: Top Sushi Restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo

Kyubey: Best Sushi Restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo

Looking for the best Sushi experience in Japan?? Kyubey in Ginza, Tokyo is one of the best Sushi restaurants in Japan.

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Kyubey (久兵衛) is one of the best and the most famous Sushi restaurants in Tokyo, and possibly in the whole world.

Keeping it their tradition, Sushi Kyubey has been serving the best quality Sushi with the selected fresh seafood ingredients and chefs’ finest techniques since 1935. Kyubey attracts and impresses guests not only in Japan, but from all over the world, and it’s often described “a mecca for sushi lovers”. The restaurant is now owned by Yosuke Imada, a second generation manager and renowned Sushi chef. Kyubey currently has 5 branches in Tokyo and Osaka in total, and the main restaurant is located in Ginza, Tokyo.

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Kyubey is often compared with another greatest Sushi restaurant in Tokyo, the Michelin three starred Sukiyabashi Jiro, which is also located in Ginza area. While Sukiyabashi Jiro is extremely hard to book table, Kyubey could be slightly easier and more affordable, yet the quality and the taste of Sushi is comparable.

Kyubey hasn’t got a star from Michelin guide for a several years, yet it was chosen as the second best restaurant in the whole world in 2018 by La Liste, which is another honorable and the most influential global food guide.

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As we all know, Sushi is the most significant Japanese dish, and it’s the one dish that every visitors to Japan should try. If you are an eager foodie and wanna have the best Sushi experience while travelling in Japan, Kyubey is the right place to visit, and won’t let you down for sure. You may think spending a lot of money for one single dining experience is not worth, yet it’s pretty sure that you will not regret having the top-notch Sushi experience in Tokyo once in a lifetime! For a bit more economical option, Sushi Kyubey offers lunch course which is cheaper than dinner course.



Access: 5 minutes walk from Shimbashi station/Exit 3 exit

Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:00/Dinner 17:00~22:00

Closed: Sundays and Holidays

Budget: Lunch 8,000 JPY~/Dinner 20,000 JPY~

Genre: Sushi


<< Make a reservation at Ginza Kyubey Sushi Restaurant! >>

The main restaurant of Kyubey Sushi in Ginza is the most popular branch, and pretty hard to make a reservation. However, as I mentioned earlier, there are 5 Kyubey restaurants in Japan in total (4 in Tokyo and 1 in Osaka). In case you can not get a table at Ginza Kyubey on your wished date, why not to try other branches which are as great as the main branch! Here are information about 4 other branches:



Access: 10 mins walk from Kamiyacho Station or Roppongi-itchome Station

Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 17:30~21:30



Access: 5 mins walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 17:00~22:00



Access: 3 min walk from Akasaka Mitsuke Station or Nagatacho Station

Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:00/Dinner 17:00~21:30



Access: 5 mins walk from Sakuranomiya Station

Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 17:30~21:30

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