Recommended restaurant in Ebisu this time is Takumi Sushi Owana.
Takumi Sushi Owana｜Feature Reference
|Name||匠 鮨 おわな|
|Hours||Tuesday – Saturday|
6 PM – 10:00 PM
3:00 PM – 8:00 PM
|Address||TIMEZONE Terrace Building 4F | 1-17-17 Ebisuminami, Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Card||Credit Cards Accepted|
Access from the Station
The restaurant’s location is really very convenient to its visiting customers. The distance from the West Exit of Ebisu station is approximately 3 minutes on foot.
How to Book
Customers can book a week in advance or even a day before depending on the availability of the seats. Booking can be done online at /pocket-concierge.jp and via phone call.
The simple facade of Sushi Owana is just a perfect example of how most of the sushi restaurant’s look like here in Japan. Wooden door frame slightly covered by Japanese fabric/Noren, and the restaurant’s name is displayed in Japanese writing!
The peaceful surrounding is also very evident in this place. There are no long lines outside of the restaurant since advanced booking is highly recommended!
The counter and ceiling are made from Japanese cypress wood, and the lighting inside is bright and cheerful, which makes for a crisp, immaculate dining space.
The seating inside features 8 seats at the counter and a single completely private room with 6 seats in total. Chef Oana made sure to include private room seating since fine dining establishments often make it impossible for families to bring their children along.
The restaurant offers a relaxed and natural dining space that is perfect for not just receptions and other group dining occasions, but for couples and families with children as well. The interior is calm and composed with a friendly ambiance all throughout, which means guests can enjoy their meal in a perfectly relaxed setting.
What else can be more rewarding than eating some perfectly crafted sushi by no other than the master chef of the house, Mr. Oana who has a wide and long time experience in making best sushi meals which he learned when he was still working in one of the most famous sushi restaurants here in Japan.
If you want to taste the edo-style sushi with a more refreshing and exciting taste, then look no further!
The private room is available for 4 – 6 people.
Recommended when eating alone, with a friend, with a co-worker, and for dating.
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Takumi Sushi Owana Such a fabulous last minute find on our last night in Tokyo. We didn’t manage to get a booking at Sushi Sho but we were lucky enough to land ourselves one at this cosy 8 seater. Chef Kenji Oana, spent over 10 years at Sushi Sho. You can tell he is a perfectionist, with a constant frown, that’s actually quite cute, cos he’s so focused. He also tried very hard to converse with us in English. In fact, he has quite a humour. When he struggled to find the English translation of Kohada, he looked at us seriously after pausing hard to think and said ‘this is fish’. LOL Top notch quality sushi. Highly recommended . . . . #takumisushiowana #ebisu #tokyo #japan #sushi #sushiya #jtpltkyo #jtpljapan #jtpltravels #latergram