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Ginza Sushidokoro Marui
Ginza Sushidokoro Marui
Ginza Sushidokoro Marui
Ginza Sushidokoro Marui
Ginza Sushidokoro Marui

Found a pretty good sushi lunch spot in Ginza. Located in a back alley behind the Matsuya Ginza Department store, this is a hidden but popular place amongst Japanese businessmen and OLs. It’s easy, good, and affordable. We came here on a weekday right when the restaurant opened and we were 3rd in line. The line was a lot longer when we came out after eating though.

Pictured above are the “Zukeana Chirashi/づけ穴ちらし” (1200yen) and “Tokusen Chirashi/特選ちらし” (1500yen). The Zukeana Chirashi comes with Anago + Tuna but all sorts of yumminess is hidden underneath the rice plus it even includes a soup and all this for only 1200yen. The Tokusan Chirashi comes with a whopping 16 pieces of sushi + soup for only 1500yen and it was quite filling- I almost couldn’t finish my lunch. This is a nice option for those of you who are already in Ginza and feel like eating sushi for lunch.

Lunch Hours // 11:30am – 2:30pm

Address // 3-8-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-3564-8601
Website // n/a


5 comments on “Ginza Sushidokoro Marui

  1. Tried yesterday, so good! Thank you Maki! Your blog is very helpful!

    Artemisia on
    • Glad you liked it, you’re very welcome!

      maki on
  2. Dear Tokyo,

    I’am french, and i fall in love of your blog!
    Your articles are very interesting, and your meal pictures look very yummy !
    It’s a pleasure for me to read your blog and discovered Japan through your post !
    For the first time, i decided to visit Japan and I will be in Tokyo in August ! i hope you will continue to write new articles about the new best place to eat in Japon !

    Thank you Tokyo Eats !


    Delphine on
    • Thank you! Hope you enjoy your trip to Japan :)

      maki on
  3. I chanced upon your website and totally love your recommendations! im going to Tokyo this sunday and im dying to visit Ginza Sushidokoro. May I know Ginza station the nearest to this place? I cant read Japanese at all. what is the best way to find this place?

    xelle22 on

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