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Kozasa Sushi in Ginza | Information and Reviews

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

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TripAdvisorKozasa Sushi(score:4)
Name小笹寿し
Hours Lunch: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Dinner: 5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Budget ¥20,000〜up
TEL+81-3-3289-2227
AddressHidekazu Building 1F | 8-6-18 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Prefecture 104-0061
Holiday Sundays and public holidays
AccessShimbashi Station
Seats 10
SmokingNon-smoking
CardCredit Cards Accepted

Access from the Station

The distance from Shimbashi Station – JR , & Tokyo Metro Ginza Line is approximately 3 – 4 minutes on foot, or about 305 meters away coming from the nearest exit.

How to Book

For bookings/reservations, please call the restaurant’s hotline number +81-3-3289-2227 and you can ask for an English speaking staff if available.

Appearance

The outer appearance of the building is a bit old and the area is kind of secluded. Kozasa Sushi’s name has Japanese characters signage lit in medium lighting. Unfortunately, there isn’t any English translation.

Although it appears to be old, the building is still well-maintained and still intact, clean, and presentable despite minor flaws.

Ambiance

〜 Counter Seating 〜

The dining area is as simple as its exterior theme. There are no fancy deets but plain wall color. The counter table is surrounded by 10 counter seats and there are a total of 14 seats inside the restaurant.

Yes, the place has limited space and seat accommodation but it is still very comfortable. There is no private room available in this restaurant.

Recommended Menu

Omakase style is what the customers are about to enjoy upon entering the dining area. The customers are all blabbing about the freshness of the sushi here, the fatty tuna, plus the drink menus are something to look forward to!

Additional Information

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

People’s Review

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Kozasazushi in Shinbashi. Neither flashy nor creative. Old school as it gets. They turned a lot of heads for declining Michelin's star when it first arrived in Tokyo. 10 years in, nothing's changed and that's not necessarily a bad thing. The throw back edition. 昔、ミシュランを初年度に断ったことで噂になった新橋の「小笹寿し」 _ 15年前は良く行ってたなー。今でも当時と変わらず。江戸前の中の江戸前。たまにはこういう鮨もいいね。 _ 締め方は絶妙であり、穴子のギジ焼きもカワハギ肝乗せ(人生で初めて食べたのがここで)は相変わらず美味い。 _ ご馳走様でした! #food #foodie #foodiegram #foodporn #foodgasm #foodstagram #japanesefood #sushi #sushiporn #sushigram #sushilovers #sushimania #sushilove #sushilover # #andrew_sushi #andrew_tokyo #andrew_kozasa #artofplating #instaeats #instafood #toptokyorestaurants #snapyummy #gastronomia #eeeeeats #eattheworld #小笹寿し #kozasa #kozasasushi

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