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Hinatomaru Ginza Description

Located in the bustling district of Ginza, Hinatomaru Ginza is a standing sushi bar that offers a unique dining experience. The restaurant specializes in Edomae sushi, a traditional style of sushi-making that originated in Tokyo. At Hinatomaru Ginza, you can watch skilled chefs expertly prepare fresh sushi right in front of you, ensuring a delightful feast for both your eyes and taste buds.

The menu at Hinatomaru Ginza features a variety of sushi options, from classic nigiri to creative rolls made with the freshest seafood. Each piece of sushi is carefully crafted to highlight the natural flavors of the fish, creating a harmonious balance of taste and texture. The minimalist decor of the restaurant allows the focus to remain on the exquisite sushi creations, providing a serene and authentic Japanese dining atmosphere. Whether you are a sushi aficionado or a newcomer to Japanese cuisine, Hinatomaru Ginza offers a memorable dining experience that sets it apart from other sushi establishments in the area.

Hinatomaru Ginza Overview


8-chōme−2−14 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-6280-6175

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:30PM-10:30PM
Mon: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Tue: 12:00AM-2:30AM, 5:30PM-11:00PM
Wed: 12:00AM-2:30AM, 5:30PM-11:00PM
Thur: 12:00AM-2:30AM, 5:30PM-11:00PM
Fri: 12:00AM-2:30AM, 5:30PM-11:00PM
Sat: 12:00AM-2:30AM, 5:30PM-10:30PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted

Wine List


Sake Selection

Hinatomaru Ginza Reviews

Hinatomaru Ginza Google Average Rating



Best sushi in 2 weeks of visiting Japan. Our sushi experiences kept getting better and better during our stay all over Japan, but ending our trip here was a real gem. We just had to keep ordering the sushi was SO good and fresh. The spot next door that always has a line, we went for lunch the prior week but we found this sushi to actually be way better. Tiny place so you’re lucky if you get a spot! Service was great and very friendly. We also enjoyed cold delicious sake and beer.


Super happy we stumbled upon this place after being turned away at No Midori sushi down the street. The sushi was super fresh and tender/melty. Also very good value - most nigiri pieces are 200-650 yen per piece. We actually think the quality is slightly better than Midori. Small space - can sit max 6 people with others standing around the bar. No wait on a Friday night. Amazing hole in the wall.


What a surprise!! I was staying 1 night in tokyo as transfer for my flight, I found there where a lot of sushi restaurants in Ginza, so I booked 1 night in Ginza just to have dinner here as I am a big fan of sushi. I tried to go to some of the highest rated in this zone, I came more or less early (19:00) because I didnt have reservation, and in fact I couldnt get a seat. I was passing by Hinatomaru and I recognized the name (I ate great sushi from Hinatomaru in Tokyo Station) and I entered. Only 3 japanese business men eating on the counter. WOW!!! Best Tuna of my life!! I ate so much and it was all so good!! But the Tuna was really special!! Super cheap for the quality!! The sushimen dont talk much english but they are super kind. When I left around 20.30 i was the last costumer. So unfair for such a great restaurant.


The sushi was relatively cheap and delicious, and ordering was very straightforward. This restaurant is underrated and I would recommend trying it out!


Amazing sushi, great value for money

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