Kyubey Main Restaurant

  • Address: 8 Chome-7-6 Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan, Chuo
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  • Phone: +81-335716523
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids

Kyubey is a kids’ friendly multi-cuisine restaurant where you can find a variety of Gluten Free, Asian, Sushi, Vegetarian and Japanese dishes. It has a long-listed collection of drinks which you can enjoy here. It serves its customers with after-hours, dinner and lunch meals. You can reserve your tables to avoid the long queues. You can organize private dinner as it offers you the chance to do so. The sashimi and omakase are the most preferable dishes of Kyubey those you must try here.

  • Trains- Asakusa Line, Ginza Line, Joban Line, Keihintohoku Line, Tokaido Line, Yamanote Line, Yokosuka Line, Yurikamome to stop- Shimbashi Station
  • Subnways- Asakusa Line, Hibiya Line to stop- Higashi-ginza Station

  • Kyubey Main Restaurant Address: 8 Chome-7-6 Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan, Chuo
  • Kyubey Main Restaurant Contact Number: +81-335716523
  • Kyubey Main Restaurant Price: Free
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  • Great sushi and authentic atmosphere. We ate watching the chefs working very hard to constantly prepare one piece of sushi after anther for us and the other customers. Note: you can only order set menus, which include a surprise mix of sushi, often very fancy and less common than usual tuna (ours included abalone, sea snails, sea urchins, eels etc.) Another note: I found it a bit too real when, for some other customers, the chef pulled apart two langustines while they were still alive - their upper body kept moving for a while in front of us, while the customers were eating their lower body part.

  • The setting and the atmosphere is very nice and authentic here. However, from the beginning of the meal, we felt like we were rushed to finish our meal very very quickly. They forced us to order only the standard omakase since that’s the only meal that will finish on time so they can let the people who have the next shift of reservation to dine. This system ruined our whole dining experience. Moreover, we have been to japan and tried lots of authentic sushi places. This restaurant’s quality is mediocre. Feels like they focused more on the vibe of the restaurant to get the money from tourist who doesn’t really know what good sushi is. There’s alive shrimp that is killed by removing the skin of the shrimp while it’s alive. Just saying in case.

  • One of the best sushi experiences ever! We had the main chef serving us, the atmosphere is superb, service exceeds your expectations (we had tea cup changed twice during the dinner) and the food makes you speechless.. perfect sushi.

  • I had the most amazing lunch here. Unlike some other places I visited, the fish here was delicately sliced and each sushi was just right. The chef was quite specific on which one to eat with sauce and which one without sauce. So some of us at the table who weren't Japanese had quite a bit of fun chatting up with the chef and asking him every time he served us, "sauce or no sauce?". I'd definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for good sushi.

  • By far the best sushi restaurant I have been to. Super fresh and perfectly assembled sushi! Perfection! Staff and Sushi chef were both super nice and friendly. The price might be high, but it's totally worth the experience.

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