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Mizutani or Sukiyabashi Jiro in Roppongi 2013/11/15 20:49
Which restaurant would you recommend?

I would like to know the price of Mizutani.

by maxipad78  

Re: Mizutani or Sukiyabashi Jiro in Roppongi 2013/11/16 18:19
I don't recommend both.
The both Sushi restaurant/bar are not for personal use, it's for the business purpose. Thus those visitors don't care about the bill because their company pays the bill(therefore the both sushi restaurants don't show the price list).

SukiyabashiJiro is 30,000 YEN per person(include one drink, exclude tax), Mizutani is 18,000 YEN(exclude drink and tax).
Mizutani is a former sushi chef from Sukiyabashi.
by tokyo friend 48 rate this post as useful

Re: Mizutani or Sukiyabashi Jiro in Roppongi 2013/11/19 11:30
I don't reccomand both, too.

How aboout here? I like this SUSHI bar.
by Ottan rate this post as useful

Re: Mizutani or Sukiyabashi Jiro in Roppongi 2013/12/23 11:42
I'd imagine you have chose those places because you saw the Jiro Dreams of Sushi movie of course, not bashing you or anything like that. Two, they're in Roppongi which tells me you're also looking for a place that caters to foreigners. I bring those up because there are other places in Tokyo where you can not only have a delicious meal that's quite comparative to the places you've mentioned but you might and most likely would have a better experience, especially as a tourist.

The two sushi places I would recommend are Kyubey and Sushi Kanesaka, both in Ginza even though Kyubey has many locations. Sushi Kanesaka has lunch omakase starting around 5000 yen and can go up to 10,000 and 15,000 yen as there are more that's offered. Dinner starts around 21,000 and 30,000. Here's a blog link: http://www.ichi-forthemichi.com/sushi-kanesaka/

If price is more of an issue, I would recommend going to Kyubey as you can a full sushi omakase for just 10,000. They also have other options if you want to add non sushi items that start at 15,000 and go up to 30,000. Kyubey is a very famous and established sushi restaurant amongst the Japanese. They've even invented the gunkan maki which is the sushi that's sidewrapped with nori as the topping's on top like ikura and uni. Another reason why I highly recommend Kyubey is that as it's quite reputable as they've been around for nearly a century, lots of chefs, especially from the new high end sushi restaurants that are really popular amongst the Japanese like Sushi Saito and Sushi Kanesaka, have apprenticed at Kyubey. Here is the link of their menu and prices along with a blog link:

If you would like to research other great sushi restaurants in Tokyo, including Sukiyabashi Jiro and Sushi Mizutani, www.luxeat.com has lots of reviews of them.
by rsxguy04 rate this post as useful

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