Guide - Taste - Sukiyabashi Jiro (すきやばし次郎)

Sukiyabashi Jiro (すきやばし次郎)

Meet the “God of Sushi” in Japan
Opening Hours 11.30am - 2pm, 5.30pm - 8.30 pm on Monday to Friday; 11.30am - 2pm on Saturday. Regular holiday: Sundays, public holidays, Saturday nights, middle of August and New Year’s.

Sukiyabashi Jiro is a three-star Michelin sushi restaurant. Jiro Ono, renowned 90-year-old, the eldest and most experienced three-starred Michelin chef in the world, has been portrayed as the “God of Sushi” by media. US President Barack Obama dined at Sukuyabashi Jiro when he visited Japan, and it’s so well-received that customers find it hard to make a reservation and you have to reserve a table at least two months in advance!

Transport Ginza Station, 3-minute walk
+81 3 3535 3600
B1, Tsukamoto Sogyo Building, 4-2-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
東京都中央区銀座4-2-15 塚本総業ビル B1階

1. Atop a bed of soft vinegar rice, a slice of fresh fish gleams with special sushi soy sauce, offering an irresistible temptation.

2. Sea urchins are just one of the dozens of different seafood and other ingredients procured daily from Tsukiji.

3. The most traditional way to enjoy sushi is by hand, as done in the Edo era.

4. Sushi is basically seafood with vinegar rice, so there’s an incredible variety of combinations to try. If you can’t decide, just go for the omakase (chef’s selection) menu!

5. Different seasons offer different flavours and varieties, so each visit to Sukiyabashi Jiro offers new discoveries.

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