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Kiyota Sushi in Ginza | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo this time is Kiyota Sushi.

Japan’s famous restaurant information website: Tabelog “silver awardee” again this year 2019 and a very famous long-time running sushi house!

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TripAdvisor Kiyota Sushi (score:4)
Nameきよ田
Hours 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Budget¥30,000〜up
TEL+81-3-3572-4854
Address6-3-15 Ginza, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture
HolidaySunday; Public Holidays
AccessGinza Station
Seats9
SmokingNon-smoking
CardCredit Cards Accepted

Access from the Station

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Kiyota Sushi is conveniently located just about 293 meters away from Tokyo Metro Ginza Station. Upon getting off the station, take the nearest C2 exit and you’ll reach the place for approximately 5 minutes on foot.

How to Book

Customers can book a month in advance but still subject to the availability of the seats. Booking can be done online via phone call.

Appearance

The exterior of the building appears to be in plain dark theme and the walls are made of solid wood with a great layout. Kiyota Sushi’s name is displayed in all Japanese characters being perfectly carved on a small light mahogany piece placed beside the entrance area.

Don’t worry about long lines or queue as the number of guests are already counted on a daily basis.

Ambiance

The interior theme is very simple in style with not so much accents and the dining area has a wooden long L-shaped counter table surrounded with black 9 counter seats. Unfortunately, there is no private room here.

The ambiance expresses a Japanese culture vibe with an entertaining preparations done by the chefs of this sushi restaurant.

Recommended Menu

The sushi menu is in Omakase stlye – or chef’s recommendation so you don’t need to order one by one. The most famous sushi they have is fatty tuna!

Additional Information

Recommended when eating alone, with a friend, with a co-worker, and for dating.

There is no private room available in the restaurant.

Drink Menu:
Japanese sake (Nihonshu), Wines

People’s Review