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Iso Sushi Description

Located in Tsukiji Market on the 3rd floor, Iso Sushi offers a delightful culinary experience with its freshly sourced seafood prepared by skilled artisans daily. Making the most of its location in Tsukiji Market, Iso Sushi prides itself on serving sushi made with the freshest fish available. The rice, known as shari, is made with Koshihikari rice directly sourced from Minamiuonuma in Niigata. Attention to detail is evident in the cooking methods, such as using seared salt to enhance flavors. The drink menu features a wide selection of beverages, including cold sake and shochu. With options like children's sets and half sets available, Iso Sushi caters to various dining preferences. The restaurant's interior, adorned with calming wooden tones, provides a serene setting to enjoy your meal.

Iso Sushi's dedication to selecting top-quality seafood is evident in their carefully curated menu. They prioritize freshness by sourcing the best seafood daily. One of their standout dishes includes the Zuwan, a rare cut of tuna that is a true delicacy. The drink selection is equally impressive, offering not only classic choices like cold sake and beer but also a variety of unique shochu options. The cozy and inviting ambiance of the restaurant makes it a perfect spot to unwind and savor a delicious meal. Whether you're a sushi enthusiast or simply looking for a relaxing dining experience, Iso Sushi promises a memorable culinary journey in the heart of Tsukiji Market.

Iso Sushi Overview


6-chōme−5 Toyosu, Market 6 Block, Tokyo 135-0061


+81 (0) 3-6633-0006

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:30AM-2:30PM
Tue: 6:30AM-2:30PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 6:30AM-2:30PM
Fri: 6:30AM-2:30PM
Sat: 6:30AM-2:30PM

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Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Sake Selection

Iso Sushi Reviews

Iso Sushi Google Average Rating



Easiest 5-stars. Waited about 15 min, the line was about 8 people long. Only about 8 seats inside the restaurant, so plan accordingly.

Really enjoyed the fresh flavors of uni, saba, salmon, tuna, and more from the assorted set. The chef was making the sushi set perfectly without even looking down at his hands!

Comparing prices and quality with others in the same restaurant area, definitely recommend Iso.


GO HERE!! Most guides mention the top 2 restaurants to visit, but this is the place to go. We had a minimal line and were seated quickly. We spent about an hour here and food was served quickly.
I had the tuna sashimi and my partner has the salmon and tuna sashimi. The ingredients were so fresh and delicious!! I recommend adding the wasabi for a little extra kick.
So glad we chose Iso Sushi, compared to all the other places with huge lines, it was definitely worth it.


So glad I didn't wait inline for sushi Dai hype... The quality in food is identical with less wait at Iso. While the line outside Dai barely moved, we were the door crashers at Iso-- what a treat at 610am. Best sushi meal for me, and I have had plenty before. We had uni bowl (heavenly), tuna bowl and assorted sushi. Came with hot tea, prawn miso, and snack for beer. Just awesome. Wish I had a spare tummy. I really give out 5 stars, and i hesitated to rate Iso 5 stars because I don't want words to get out and it would become another crowded Sushi Dai. But the friendly service, superb food and intimate atmosphere are just too good. Oh, why do I say the sushi was good? Well, when you see how old the sushi chefs were then you would have clue.


The staff was very accommodating, even though I don’t speak Japanese. They showed me how to maximise my eating experience.

I was sitting next to this dude who kept nodding his head every time he took a bite of sashimi. I was curious, so I tried a piece myself and it was so freaking delicious! I totally get why he was nodding now 😋

The ingredients were fresh and the tuna pieces were exceptional. They almost melted in my mouth. It was a great way to start the day.


Just had an unforgettable breakfast at Iso Sushi, located at Toyosu market in Tokyo. Even though this place is usually packed, we were lucky to skip the queue since it was raining. This restaurant used to be at Tsukiji but it has been recently moved to Toyosu market, along with other sushi restaurants and the fish market. The fish was incredibly fresh and I’m so glad I got to experience this before leaving the city.

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