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Shutoku (no. 3 Location)秀徳 3号店


A sushi restaurant located in Tsukiji which offers high quality fish from around the country. Here you can enjoy sushi combining fresh seafood from Tsukiji with sushi rice made according to a special recipe red vinegar never taken off the premises. For dinner, the restaurant serves a Tokyo-style nigiri sushi omakase chef's choice course; lunch is a 10 piece nigiri set with one temaki roll and side; different in price and content, you can't go wrong no matter which you eat. In addition to sushi, Shutoku also serves other Japanese dishes made with seasonal vegetables and other ingredients.


Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-14-1

phone 0335421112


Review of Shutoku 3-Goten

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Reviewed:2017/02/14 Sushi done right
The entrance is in a back alley through what feels like a warehouse but suddenly you see a beautiful door and inside is a super small but perfectly elegant sushi bar. The fish is ultra fresh and like...
Reviewed:2016/11/05 Yummy sushi!
紀之重。very good sushi! There are 3 sets,2000yen, 4000yen and 8000yen ! The chef who is an old man can speak English , you just have to choose which set you want .
Reviewed:2016/05/29 Spiritual experience
My boyfriend and I bought a few Japanese knives from the place across the street on Sunday in the late morning. We werent planning on having a particularly special meal that afternoon, but since the...

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