Updated: November 06, 2018
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Kuroson For A Sushi Dinner In Ginza, Tokyo


Ginza is a really nice place to spend the day, there are tons of cafes and fancy restaurants, as well as it being an awesome shopping district. But with such an important concentration of restos, it can get a little overwhelming to find a good dinner spot! But you can leave it up to us to find you a nice resto. Let's try Kuroson!

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Kuroson is a tiny restaurant in Ginza, it is quite popular so now it even has branches in Singapore. It is quite crowded at lunch time and there are only a few seats at the counter, so you would be better to call ahead to make a reservation. Or you can ask your hotel concierge to do it for you.


This resto is about 2 minutes by foot from Ginza station, you should take the B9 exit.

Food Menu

Dinner is surprisingly affordable given the quality of the fish. You can have a full course starting at 5,000 yen and it includes appetizers, grilled bonito, sashimi of the day, a seasonal dish, an "onigiri", soup and dessert!
There is also a "ladies course" for the same price, and they serve you a large variety of different small dishes!
What's wonderful about the lunch service here is that although dinner is quite pricey, it's really delicious at lunch time. It's a really well-rated resto, but you can go in for lunch and have something delish for 1,000 yen!!! You should try their avocado and sashimi bowl.
The lunch set comes with a sushi bowl, a salad, a miso soup, a small dessert and some tea. What a deal!
There are also "a la carte" dishes, such as the wasabi duck or the "yuba" (tofu skin) udon!


If you enjoyed your dinner and would like to date your date or friend to a nice cocktail bar in the area, click on the link below!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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