Sushi Ryusuke in Ginza | Information and Reviews

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

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TripAdvisorSushi Ryusuke(score:4.5)
Name鮨 竜介
Hours Lunch: 12 PM (with reservation)
Dinner: 5:30 PM – 10:30 PM
BudgetLunch: ¥10,000〜up
Address7-3-13 Ginza | Ginza 4th Kanai Bldg B1F, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture
HolidaySundays and public holidays
AccessGinza Station
Seats 7
CardCredit Cards Accepted

Access from the Station

The distance from Ginza Station is approximately 9 minutes on foot or 399 meters away coming from the nearest exit, and 6 minutes on foot from Shimbashi Station.

How to Book

For bookings/reservations, please call the restaurant’s hotline number +81-3-3572-1530 and you can ask for an English speaking staff if available.


The outer appearance of the building is a bit old and the area is kind of secluded. Sushi Ryusuke’s name has signage with Japanese characters and unfortunately, there isn’t any English translation.

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


〜 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 with counter seats and there are a total of 7 seats inside the restaurant.

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

Secluded Restaurant.

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

People’s Review

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. 【 鮨 竜介 (銀座) | Sushi Ryusuke (Ginza) 】 . . . Sushi Ryusuke is one of the most underrated sushiyas in Tokyo. I don’t understand why occupancy rates aren’t higher. Their flounder with truffles surpasses that of Kadowaki and their seasonal croquette balls are so good I always have to have four. Their tuna is always top notch and they’re obviously known for being top three in Japan in terms sourcing the best uni. . No complaints though – whenever I need a last minute sushi booking, this is always the first place I call. . 相変わらず美味しい竜介さん。平目トリュフは本家を凌駕する。雲丹のスペシャルは有名だが、鮪の質もトップクラス。蛸、鮑、真鯛、小肌、イクラもどれも上手に仕事をしていてレベルが高い。季節毎のコロッケも好きすぎて追加をしてしまう。 . ホッとする味と店内。思わず「ただいま」と口にしてしまう。 . @ryusukeyamane . 馳走様でした❗️ _______________________________________ アンドリュー | ANDREW 📷 iPhone #Andrew_Sushi #Andrew_Tokyo #Andrew_Ryusuke #sushiporn #sushigram #sushilovers #TopTokyoRestaurants #TokyoGourmet #WhereToEatTokyo #TokyoRestaurants #TokyoEats #TokyoFoodie #JapaneseFood #TopRestaurants #foodporn #foodgasm #foodstagram #instaeats #instafood #instafoodie #TheArtofPlating #SnapYummy #gastronomia #gastroart #eeeeeats #eattheworld #beautifulcuisines #SushiRyusuke #鮨竜介 #食べスタグラム

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