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Tsukiji Itadori (Unitora Nakadori Store) (築地虎杖 うに虎中通り店)

Seafood Cuisine

This uni sea urchin specialty store is located outside the Tsukiji area. Featuring a careful selection of uni from various regions, at times they offer as many as 15 varieties. Popular dishes include their domestic uni rice bowl (available in limited quantities) and their northern bluefin tuna and seafood rice bowl with uni, crab, salmon roe, and more. They have tasting menus that let customers sample different kinds of uni, and items like their rice bowls and nigiri sushi are available a la carte.

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Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-10-5 Kaneshin fishery building 1F (Tsukiji / Odaiba / Bay AreaArea)

phone 0363275874
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[Monday-Saturday/The day public holiday] 7:00-23:00 (L.O.22:00)
[Sunday/Public holiday] 7:00-16:30 (L.O.16:00)
* Subject to change depending on the season

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Address
Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-10-5 Kaneshin fishery building 1F [map]
Area
Tsukiji / Odaiba / Bay AreaArea
Phone
0363275874
Hours
[Monday-Saturday/The day public holiday] 7:00-23:00 (L.O.22:00)
[Sunday/Public holiday] 7:00-16:30 (L.O.16:00)
* Subject to change depending on the season
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, UnionPay)
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Available

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