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I will be in Tokyo next week and am looking for best sushi restaurants, great cocktail bars and even some dancing. Any recommendations? Thank you!!

4 Answers

top answer by
Napat Palm

Sukiyabashi Jiro is featured in the movie, Jiro Dream of Sushi. The restaurant has a Michelin 3 stars. However, I believe months of reservation is needed. Another exquisite sushi restaurant is  Ginza Kyubei Sushi Saito also serves incredible sushi. Otherwise you could also hit up  Tsukiji Fish Market, and pick one of the sushi restaurants in the area. There are tons of restaurants around the market serving fresh fish that just got caught and sold that very same morning. Pick a smaller and older looking sushi store and you will definitely get an authentic experience and needless to say and amazing taste of fresh sushi. 

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  1. Sukiyabashi Jiro (restaurant)
  2. Ginza Kyubei (attraction)
  3. Sushi Saito (restaurant)
  4. Tsukiji Fish Market (neighborhood)
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answered first by
Rob from Costa Rica

Hi Mathias, Asking this sort of question for Tokyo is like asking which tap is the best to drink the water out of my friend. You will love it. There are so may restaurants to choose from, no matter what area you live in. I found the best ones to be in the small back alleys or lanes. I found Shinjuku to be more expensive than a lot of the other areas. A really neat thing to do is get on the subway, pick a station randomly, suburbia in western speak, get off and explore. You will find great local restaurants all around the train station and at half the price of the main tourist traps and twice as good. They are more authentic. Good Luck on your travels. 

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  1. Tokyo (city)
  2. Shinjuku (metro area)
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answered by
Evan from Qualicum Beach, British Columbia

It's hard to beat the Shibuya area for interesting nightlife options. It's where the young, trendy crowd hangs out. Plenty of nice wine bars with open patios, British style pubs, cabarets, and all the full range of Japanese dining; sushi, ramen, etc.

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  1. Shibuya (metro area)
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answered by
Katsunari from Singapore

Many good sushi-restaurants are at Tokyo's Bay area such as "Tsukiji Fish Market" ,"Ginza" etc...

U.S.president Obama went to

Sukiyabashi Jiro in April, 2014.

Ginza Kyubeiis also fine.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Tsukiji Fish Market (neighborhood)
  2. Ginza (region)
  3. Sukiyabashi Jiro (restaurant)
  4. Ginza Kyubei (attraction)
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