Ginza Harutaka

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  • 0.07% of people who visit Tokyo include Ginza Harutaka in their plan

  • 71.43% of people start their Ginza Harutaka visit around 7 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Ginza Harutaka

Thursday and Sunday

71.43% of people prefer walking in order to reach Ginza Harutaka

People normally also visit Kabuki-za while planning their trip to Ginza Harutaka.

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  • I was very disappointed. 35,000 yen per person was billed for mediocre sushi. They also have very poor sake-wine list. The conger eel was good, but the rest was far inferior to the popular fine sushi restaurants I ate in US, Russia, UK, Hong Kong and Singapore. I wasted time and money even though I came to the Ginza lined with high-class sushi restaurants. The owner chef is always discriminating against customers for the first time, as they charge for exactly the same amount of money as regular customers. Be careful. All the sushi chefs here are very unfriendly to the first guest, especially for ladies and for the foreign people.

  • Unbelievably amazing. Best seafood experience we’ve ever had. Wonderful service and attention.we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Harutaka to anyone interested in the best dining experience.

  • The food here is good, not great. For the cost, the otoro should be the highest grade, which it is not. The freshest fish of the day should be used, however needed to use salt and vinegar techniques to enhance flavours. For Tokyo and this price range there are better choices.

  • Great sushi, but the experience was rather unusual. The sushi master and his fellow sushi chefs were very polite, but there was not great communication as to when the meal had ended. Led to an awkward 30 minutes toward the end...

  • Very high quality sushi with an English speaking staff. The food is bright rapid fire and and it is expertly done. Be warned of two things - the price (yikes!) and the fact that the omakase can include whale. The large omakase is way too much food.

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