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Sushi Ichigo

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Sushi Ichigo Description

Located in Tokyo, Sushi Ichigo is a hidden gem for sushi enthusiasts. This traditional Japanese restaurant offers an authentic dining experience with a focus on high-quality ingredients and meticulous preparation. The menu features a variety of sushi options, showcasing the chef's skill and dedication to the art of sushi-making.

What sets Sushi Ichigo apart is its commitment to excellence in every bite. From the perfectly seasoned rice to the fresh and flavorful fish, each piece of sushi is a work of art. The intimate and inviting atmosphere of the restaurant adds to the overall dining experience, making it a must-visit for those seeking a taste of true Japanese cuisine. Whether you're a sushi connoisseur or looking to explore the world of sushi, Sushi Ichigo promises a memorable and delightful culinary journey.


Sushi Ichigo Overview

Address

4-chōme-18-7 Kasuya, Setagaya City, Tokyo 157-0063

Phone

+81 (0) 3-3307-5591

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 5:00PM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Family-friendly

Sake Selection

Sushi Ichigo Reviews

Sushi Ichigo Google Average Rating

4.6

5

Google
Thanks for accommodating to the kids. Everything were very good, we are looking forward to come back again.

5

Google
Very satisfied! I visited as a family of 3, including my children.
There is a ``sushi only (15 pieces)'' course and a ``sushi with snacks (8 pieces)'' course, and after reading the reviews on Tabelog, I chose the ``sushi with snacks'' course. The beautiful-looking small plates are exquisite. The sushi that followed was all delicious.
It would be quite expensive in the city center, but here you can enjoy the same level of food and sushi at a reasonable price.
There were 8 counter seats and a table for 4 people in the back. It wasn't crowded, but it's probably best to make a reservation since there aren't many people inside.

【update】
I visited again a year later (the photo is from this time).
This time as well, my family of three enjoyed Tsumami and Sushi (8 pieces).
The small dishes are beautiful to look at and are all unique and unique.
It's not cheap so go for it on a special day 😃

5

Google
The best sushi! ! It's a quiet shop located in a residential area about 5 minutes walk from Chitose Karasuyama Station. When you enter, there is a counter with 8 seats in the front and a table in the back. The counter is made of beautiful white wood, and the chairs with backrests and armrests are comfortable.
There was a sushi only course (15 sushi) and a cooking + sushi course (8 sushi).My companion had to have sushi only, and I had to choose the cooking + sushi course.
It was delicious right from the start, and the peeled sashimi, grilled clams, and salmon roe all worked together to make the drink go well. Alcoholic beverages included Haruka, Shimeharitsuru, Dassai, and Kokuryu.
The nigiri also felt like the toppings and sushi were integrated into one, and it loosened up when I put it in my mouth, and I felt that the red vinegar shari brought out the flavor of the toppings. It was delicious and I ordered some more sushi.
The owner's movements behind the counter and the carefully arranged utensils and utensils were beautiful, and I felt satisfied that I had come to eat good sushi. A store I definitely want to visit again.

5

Google
I visited on May 1, 2021, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Take-out is limited to this time of year, seafood loose chirashi bento. It was a great value bento packed with firefly squid and seafood.

by Tokyo Tabea Luke

5

Google
Excellent cost performance.

I like the character of the general and the delicious sushi, so I go here.

The takeout menu is also really delicious.

I am always grateful for your help.

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