Kakigoya

The only specialty restaurant for shellfish in Tokyo’s massive Tsukiji fish market, Kakigoya offers a variety of the freshest ocean delights, including oysters, scallops, clams, as well as shrimp that are all delivered directly from the fish market. The restaurant offers oysters cooked in a ...

Sushi-bun

Why does sushi have to be so expensive? Granted, a modest meal at your neighborhood sushiya shouldn't involve too great an outlay. And when it comes to the mass-produced offerings that chug around conveyor belts on color-coded plates, you will never want to eat enough ...

Urban dining myth number one: The closer you eat to Tsukiji, the better quality the fish must be. Well, yes and no. The crucial thing is not location (chefs drive down there in the morning from all over town) but experience. For any restaurateur, having ...