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Abe Sushi in Roppongi | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Roppongi this time is Abe Sushi.

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TripAdvisor Abe Sushi (score:4.5)
Name阿部寿司/td>
Hours11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 5:00 AM(next day)
Budget¥1,000~ up
TEL+81-3-3589-1818
Address3-16-26 Roppongi | 1F Halifax Bldg., Minato 106-0032, Tokyo Prefecture
HolidayNone
AccessRoppongi Station
Seats 53
SmokingSectionalized smoking
(counter area is non-smoking)
CardCredit Cards Accepted

Access from the Station


Sushi Tatsumi is conveniently located just 5 minutes on foot if you’re coming from Roppongi Station, and Roppongi-itchome Station!

How to Book

Customers can book a week in advanced depending on the availability of the seats. Booking can be done online or over the phone.

Appearance

The outer view looks very stunning and well-maintained. I love how th dark theme compliments the overall appearance of the place.

The restaurant’s name is in Japanese writings so it’ll be challenging for foreigners to figure out unless one can read and understand the language.

Ambiance

There are about 17 counter seats and it’s strictly no smoking area.


Aside from the normal table and chairs, there are also horigotatsu seats available which are perfect especially for winter season.

The dining area has a total of 53 seats for customer’s accommodation. Unfortunately, there is no private dining room in this restaurant. It also has a very cozy ambiance with a very minimal noise from the other customers.

It is very convenient when eating alone, with a coworker, or dating. For private accommodation, contact the shop for your budget preference.

Recommended Menu

“Sushi set meal”

Sushi set meal ranges from ¥1,000 and up. The preparation and the taste of the sushi set meal are truly commendable. Refreshing taste awaits those who are sushi lovers like me.

Additional information

Private use/accommodation is good for 20 – 50 people.

Services offered:
Available Course (over ¥5,000)
Drinks: Japanese sake (Nihonshu), Japanese spirits (Shochu), Wines

People’s Review