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Ginza Sushi Abe


Ginza Sushi Abe Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Ginza Sushi Abe is a renowned sushi restaurant that offers an authentic and exquisite dining experience. Specializing in traditional Edomae sushi, the skilled chefs at Ginza Sushi Abe meticulously prepare each piece of sushi with the freshest ingredients sourced from local markets and the finest seafood from Tsukiji Fish Market.

The restaurant's minimalist decor and intimate ambiance create the perfect setting for guests to savor the artistry of each sushi creation. Ginza Sushi Abe prides itself on its omakase menu, where diners can enjoy a chef-curated selection of seasonal sushi delicacies that highlight the flavors and textures of each ingredient. From buttery toro to sweet amaebi, each bite at Ginza Sushi Abe is a harmonious blend of taste and craftsmanship.

What sets Ginza Sushi Abe apart is its dedication to preserving the centuries-old traditions of sushi-making while also incorporating modern touches to elevate the dining experience. Whether you are a sushi connoisseur or a first-time visitor, Ginza Sushi Abe promises a culinary journey that celebrates the essence of Japanese cuisine through its exceptional sushi offerings.

Ginza Sushi Abe Overview


8-chōme−5−1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-6228-5576

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Tue: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Wed: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Thur: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Fri: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Sat: Closed

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Private Dining Room

Ginza Sushi Abe Reviews

Ginza Sushi Abe Google Average Rating



I don't want to tell you. Recently, even when I said my name at after-sales service, they wouldn't let me in because the place was full (lol).The general's atmosphere, taste, and service are all great. Everyone in Ginza is happy.


The grip speed is fast! !
Fresh sushi. The taste was also of the highest quality (°∀° )
I felt safe leaving it to you.


■Ginza 8-chome Sushi Abe
■6/1 (Monday) Lunch
■11 pieces of sushi, 1 roll, egg snacks 3,000 yen
Today's lunch is sushi lunch. We had lunch at Sushi Abe in the basement of the building. Last summer, the owner opened the restaurant independently from Tsukiji Sushi Dai Ginza store.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, it was only open at night, but now it's open for lunch as well.
The lunch menu includes nigiri and seafood bowl.
I ordered nigiri, 11 pieces of sushi, 1 roll, and egg snacks.
Red sea bream, bonito.
Hiramasa, Sumika.
Grilled golden sea bream, horse mackerel.
The scrolls are Tekka and Kappamaki. Bowl together.
Red shellfish, how much?
Tuna with red meat.
Lastly, the conger eel and tamagoyaki.
It feels like eating sushi at a proper counter, and for 3,000 yen, I think it's a pretty good value for money.
It seems like the restaurant is open for lunch based on a wait-and-see approach, so if it gets busy at night, you might want to skip this reasonably priced lunch. In that sense, it can be said to be a service lunch only available now.


A hideout in Ginza 6-chome.
This is a sushi restaurant where you can enjoy the sushi you like in this day and age where everything is left to you. Even first-timers can have a lot of fun as there are rules.
The store's prices are so wallet-friendly that you won't believe it's in Ginza.
It's been a long time since I've recommended this store.

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