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Ebisu Sushi Shiori-an Yamashiro Description

Located in Ebisu, Ebisu Sushi Shiori-an Yamashiro is a distinguished restaurant that brings the prestigious Michelin-starred tradition of Ginza to its new outpost. Specializing in authentic Edo-style sushi and evolving traditional Japanese cuisine, this restaurant offers a unique dining experience that showcases the chef's meticulous selection of seasonal ingredients. The menu features beautifully crafted dishes that highlight the essence of each ingredient, focusing on taste, presentation, aroma, and overall dining experience to ensure customer satisfaction.

The restaurant's interior reflects a blend of elegance and tranquility, providing a serene setting for guests to savor the exquisite flavors of seasonal vegetables and seafood. Whether you opt for the Omakase Nigiri Course, the premium Special Omakase Nigiri Course, or the standard Nigiri Course, each dish is a masterpiece that combines carefully chosen ingredients with refined culinary techniques. With a focus on delivering an unforgettable gastronomic journey, Ebisu Sushi Shiori-an Yamashiro stands out for its dedication to evolving traditional Japanese cuisine while staying true to the roots of Edo-style sushi.

Ebisu Sushi Shiori-an Yamashiro Overview


1-chōme−8−1 Ebisuminami, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0022


+81 (0) 3-5734-1791

Operating Hours

Sun: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 4:00PM-11:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 4:00PM-11:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails

Private Dining Room

Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Ebisu Sushi Shiori-an Yamashiro Reviews

Ebisu Sushi Shiori-an Yamashiro Google Average Rating



Great sushi in Ebisu. Not quite as good as Matsue but a worthy alternative.


The Ginza store is `Shiorian Yamashiro,'' which has been awarded Michelin stars for three years in a row.
The restaurant serves seasonal fish in the most delicious form through careful work, and despite being a little hard to find in front of Ebisu Station, it is very popular and reservations are required.

In particular, lunch is available at an unbelievable price of 3,500 yen, so it's a restaurant you'll want to keep a secret from.

This time, I visited with a group of guests from Japan, so all of the sushi was served on a special plate.
The menu I ordered was a 5,000 yen Omakase Nigiri lunch.
The sushi was so delicious that I was shocked and moved that it was worth it to have sushi of this quality for only 5,000 yen (of course, it was all seasoned, so no need for soy sauce).

【Today’s Course】
Lunch limited omakase nigiri - 5,000 yen
・Ikura small bowl
·Savory egg custard
・9 volumes of seasonal nigiri
・Rice bowl
→This time, I visited with a guest from Japan and a client from Japan, and when the first thing that came out was the `Ikura no Kodon'', everyone got excited.
The large pieces of salmon roe were placed on top of vinegared rice with just the right amount of seasoning, making it a very delicious dish that was beautiful to the eye and had a chewy texture that was irresistible.
The chawanmushi that follows is chawanmushi with crab on top.
It was very smooth and had an elegant taste with a good dashi stock.
And 9 volumes of seasonal nigiri.
All of the toppings are pre-seasoned, and of course no soy sauce is needed.
The sushi rice is made with red vinegar that has been aged for three years, and has just the right amount of acidity and sweetness, and goes well with the toppings.
The sushi was made with great care and attention to detail, and I was really happy to be able to enjoy sushi of this quality for only 5,000 yen, even though it was for lunch.

The red miso soup in the bowl also has a very good balance with the sushi, giving it a wide range of flavors and being extremely delicious.

Both the guests from Japan and the Japanese clients were very satisfied, and all of them said they would like to visit the restaurant again.

If it wasn't for work, I would have liked to have some drinks, and I would also like to order some other dishes.
Next time, I would like to visit you privately at the counter!


As a reward for last year, I made a reservation for the 5,000 yen lunch course. Located on the 3rd floor of a building, it is in a relatively easy to find location.
9 pieces of nigiri, makimono, salmon roe bowl, and chawanmushi.
The nigiri is small-sized red rice sushi rice. All of them require a lot of work such as pickling and kelp salt, and there is no soy sauce. Men may want to eat a little more. In particular, the red shrimp kombu shime was sticky and delicious.

Since it was lunch, I limited myself to drinking only one beer. Early in the new year, we had some delicious sushi.

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