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Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo


Japanese: Sushi

Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo Description

Located near Tokyo Station, Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo is a hidden gem for sushi and bento enthusiasts. This restaurant stands out for its innovative approach to traditional Japanese cuisine, offering a unique dining experience that combines artistry with flavor. The menu features a variety of sushi and bento options, meticulously crafted to delight your taste buds.

What sets Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo apart is its dedication to using fresh, high-quality ingredients to create visually stunning and delicious dishes. Each sushi piece is a work of art, showcasing the skill and precision of the chefs. The cozy yet elegant decor of the restaurant provides a welcoming atmosphere for guests to enjoy their meal. Whether you're a sushi aficionado or looking to try authentic Japanese bento, this restaurant promises a culinary journey that will leave you craving for more.

Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo Overview


1-chōme−9−1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-6701


+81 (0) 3-6895-2712

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Mon: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Tue: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Wed: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Thur: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-8:00PM
Sat: 10:00AM-8:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, AMEX, JCB

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Wheelchair Accessible

Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo Reviews

Sousaku Sushi Dokoro Takimoto Daimaru Tokyo Google Average Rating



Look at all these sushi bowls! They are called millefeuille. Y'all might think that HEY! YOU DON'T CALL THAT AS MILLEFEUILLE!! But you better try them. It is delicious.

The staff is old and maybe she doesn't speak that much of English.

The price is at least ¥1200


Daimaru Tokyo Takimoto's original mille-feuille sushi is often reported on TV.
I asked because I really wanted to buy it and take it home.
There was ``Pretty'' which was one size smaller than the normal size!
The price was a not-so-pretty 1,575 yen, but when I got home I decided to eat it (there is no eating space at the store) and was surprised by the amount of seafood inside.
Today's pretty dish even contains a small piece of abalone, so it's gorgeous.
The mille-feuille layer has a lot of things in it, so it feels like it's a large serving for one person.
I ate it in the container because I wasn't sure if it was the right way to eat it, but it's also okay to eat it on a plate. There were so many ingredients that it was okay to serve vinegared rice.


Apparently it was aired on TV last week.

When there was a long line, I thought about trying something else, but the store in the basement of Daimaru itself was so small that it didn't seem like there would be that many lines.
I feel that the efficiency is low because I am doing the accounting etc. by myself.
However, I was left with a good impression of the courteous response.
I don't like it when I'm sloppy because I'm busy.

I bought two of the most popular items.
It was very delicious.
If you include herring roe, the price will be slightly higher.
When crabs come in, the price goes up again.

This one is definitely the most popular.

I'm satisfied.


Choose dinner to eat on the Shinkansen at Tokyo Station Daimaru
Beef tongue, pork cutlet, pasta, visage, etc. all looked delicious so I was having a hard time deciding.
A wonderful mille-feuille sushi caught my eye.
Just the right size to fit on the Shinkansen table
Fresh and delicious with lots of toppings in that size.
As I continued to eat, I found other ingredients inside.
There is a gully on the bottom
The mille-feuille sushi was more filling and satisfying than it looked.
Reasonably priced
Thank you for the meal♪


Don't the products that look good taste not good? I'm ashamed of myself for doubting that... Looks and tastes great!
Personally, I would recommend this as the number one recommended lunch box at Tokyo Station. (Excluding midsummer)
In fact, it's actually delicious, and I like to use it for celebratory occasions.
The person who thought of this is a real genius.

It's been a long time since I hit the jackpot and it was a take-out product! !

■Usage timing
Purchased during the winter holiday season. I was worried that there would be a line, but I was able to buy it right away even before 11am.

■Purpose of use
To get a bento box on the Shinkansen.
I bought it because it was on TV and seemed famous.

■By menu
・Dream Pretty Mille-feuille
I feel like I'm going to burst out laughing at the name lol
It's really delicious, so if you're a man who wonders what the name is... (By the way, you can buy it without saying the name!)

The point is that there are so many ingredients and you can enjoy all the different flavors until the very end.
・Upper layer → Luxurious ingredients for the beauty personnel
(Negitoro, salmon roe, crab, shrimp, abalone, white fish?)
・Middle layer → Ingredients that everyone loves to rest your chopsticks on.・Ingredients that go well with the upper layer.
(Nozawana, kelp, salmon flakes)
・Lower layer → Everyone's favorite ingredients
(Salmon, mentaiko, gari, tobikko?)
It's kind of an image.

It's amazing how delicious it is whether you eat it from the top or vertically! ! It came with two soy sauces, but since there are plenty of toppings until the end, one is enough. There are so many different ingredients in it.
Personally, I really like gari, so it's okay to just put it on the bottom. It's nice that it leaves your mouth feeling refreshed at the end.
The nozawana in between is also crunchy and refreshing, perfect for sashimi. new discovery. I want to try copying it at home.

Each ingredient is also very delicious.
It seems safe to say that it is quite expensive if it is classified as a lunch box. It tastes like seafood bought at a delicious fish shop. Just like in Hokkaido, we are all about raw fish! It doesn't feel like that, the shrimp are cooked through, and the mentaiko and kelp go well together to create a cost-effective dish. (Raw food is of course delicious, too.)
I feel more satisfied buying this than buying 1,500 yen sashimi elsewhere.

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