Reservation for Sushi Ginza Shimon in Tokyo

updated: June 03th, 2024

Indulge in flavorful Edomae sushi at Ginza Shimon, located in Tokyo's Chuo Ward. Experience the artistry of their nigiri sushi, with rich marinades and exceptional red snapper. Don't miss this serene dining experience in Ginza.

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    "Ginza Shimon" is a restaurant located in the Chuo Ward of Tokyo, Japan.
     The establishment is situated on the 6th floor of the Sakaguchi Building and offers convenient accessibility, being just a 2-minute walk from Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro and a 5-minute walk from Yurakucho Station on the JR line.
     The restaurant features 38 seats and does not allow children under 12 years old to sit at the counter (reservations must be made by phone in case of accompanying children).
    This restaurant specializes in Edomae sushi and offers a variety of dishes centered around this style.
     The nigiri sushi is known for its abundance of marinades, providing a rich and flavorful experience that has received high praise.
     The red snapper cured in kombu is particularly recommended and has garnered exceptional reviews compared to other sushi establishments.
    The chefs at Ginza Shimon devote themselves to each individual dish, crafting culinary creations that can be described as works of art.
     The service is also attentive and the atmosphere is relaxing, ensuring a delightful dining experience.
    The restaurant offers a range of courses and menus, including options such as the "7,150 yen course" and "lunch in the 9,000 yen range," accommodating various price ranges.
     Particularly with the courses, guests can enjoy artistic and captivating dishes, including appetizers and desserts.
    Ginza Shimon is a popular sushi restaurant in the Ginza area, where visitors can savor delicious sushi in a serene ambiance.
     We highly recommend paying a visit.


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