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Very few people know about the fish market in Tokyo’s Adachi district, or about this high-end sushi restaurant in the same area. Take a close look at the photographs of sushi before ordering. The restaurant’s 'three-piece recommendation' contains neither tuna, gizzard shad, nor flounder but is instead made up of seared barracuda, milt and cooked clam. It's more than 30 minutes from Tokyo Station and there aren’t many noteworthy attractions in the area, but the two hours you'll spend queueing up for sushi at Tsukiji could be better spent eating in peace here. Your meal will cost half the price too. There's also always a healthy collection of more than 20 types of sake on offer. If you're going on a Saturday, it's best to make a reservation. 


50 Senju-Hashidocho, Adachi-ku, Tokyo

Transport Senju-Ogashi Station (Keisei line), Kita-Senju Station (Joban, Hibiya and Chiyoda lines)

Telephone 03 3879 2830

Open 8am-2pm / closed Wed, Sun & pub hol (depending on Adachi Market)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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