Kaisendon Ōedo｜Feature Reference
|Name||築地 海鮮丼 大江戸|
|Hours||6:30 AM – 3:30 PM|
|Address||6-5-1 | Toyosu Market 3F, Toyosu, Koto 135-0061, Tokyo Prefecture|
Access from the Station
Oedo Sushi in Toyosu Market is about 548 meters away from the nearest station. Get off at Shijō-mae Station and head to the nearest exit. It’ll take approximately 7 to 8 minutes on foot to reach the restaurant!
How to Book
Customers can call the restaurant and inquire about the availability of the shop. There is an English-speaking staff available most of the time so you don’t need to worry about any hassle of not being able to speak in Japanese langauge.
The exterior looks like a typical average sushi restaurant in Japan. It has an open space which makes the place even more ordinary-looking.
The restaurant’s name is displayed in Japanese and English language with black and white shades. Its simple facade is neatly presented to the public.
Long lines can be expected almost every single day because Ooedo sushi is by far one of the bests Kaisendon houses in Japan.
Although the place can only accommodate up to 12 seats, the place is not that uncomfortable at all. There are so many customers every day but the service they provide to all customers are still very impressive.
There isn’t much decors all over the place aside from the different types of food menu exhibited on the wall.
This restaurant still has a very relaxing vibe making your experience more unforgettable so make sure to pay a visit when you get the chance!
Oedo Sushi is famous for rice bowl topped with the freshest fish in the area. This kaisendon has gained so much popularity that even foreign travelers would love to visit if given the chance to do so.
Recommended when eating alone, with a friend, with a co-worker, and for dating.
English Menu is available. Simplified Chinese Menu is available.
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