Sushi Nakahisa in Roppongi | Information an Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Roppongi this time is Sushi Nakahisa.

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TripAdvisor Sushi Nakamura (score:4.5)
Hours 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Budget¥10,000~ up
Address7-8-4 Roppongi Minato-ku Tokyo-to
HolidaySundays and public holidays
AccessRoppongi Station
Seats 22
CardCredit Cards Accepted

Access from the Station

Sushi Nakamura is just 5 minutes on foot if you’re coming from the nearest exit of Roppongi Station – Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. Its convenient location makes it even more accessible even for first-timers.

How to Book

Customers can book a month in advance depending on the availability of the seats. Booking can be done via phone reservation.


The exterior of this restaurant signifies the simplicity of Japanese culture. A very plain facade that can make everyone feels comfortable. Ther are no fancy decors and the them truly contributes to the simplicity of Japanese culture.

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.


The dining area has 12 counter seats surrounding the very traditional sushi counter table with a great view of the food preparation done by the chefs of this restaurant, and 10 table seats for customers accommodation. 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. This place is very well known so it is mostly crowded every single day. Different customers paying a visit like foreign travelers and locals.

Recommended Menu

“Omakase Style”

There’s no specific “must-try” dish in this restaurant because all of its sushi menu deserve every penny you’ll gonna spend because of its tender, flavorful seafood and perfectly seasoned rice.

Additional information

Private accommodation for up to 20 people.

Services offered:
Course (over ¥10,000)
Drinks: Japanese sake (Nihonshu), Japanese spirits (Shochu)

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