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400 Years Edomae Style Sushi 400年江戶壽司-秀德本店 紀之重

Tokyo September 30, 2015
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秀德本店 紀之重(築地市場 場外)
ADD: 中央區築地4-14-16
TEL: 03(3541)4015
OPENING HOUR: 11:00~15:00(last order 14:30)/17:00~23:00(last order 22:00)/Close on Wednesday
OTHERS:Non-smoking/Credit card or cash/Reservation needed(but no reservation for noon)
TRANSPORTATION:5 mins by walk fromTsukijiShijō station(築地市場站)
***This is the main restaurant, it has 3 in total, all nearby


Motion in action for the blurriness of the food, as they were chef proceeding the fish or me being busy taking pic, wondering what kind of fish lay next in front of the chopping board, or nom yum fish with pleasure cause I don’t want to miss out any fresh fish from the dock!

We came here as a surprise as we weren’t in the travel mood seeing ourself lining for hours, or from the early morning, for any MUST eat restaurant on whatever travel list or channels.  We understand how good those must eat restaurant are, but we are too lazy and are a pretty chill type gang that anywhere that attracts us are good for the day. And of course, this line didn’t keep us long.

This restaurant is located in a very small alley, and most people would have miss it dazzling exploring vendors in the area. A friend of ours was thirsty, went looking around for vendor machine, came across this alley, and saw people standing outside this tiny restaurant and what’s more..the “400 years Edomae style Sushi” caught his eye and up next- we found ourselves lining up and wonder what’s inside this blur-transparant curtain.

We peeked inside every time someone came out this mystery restaurant and the first person in line would describe what he saw with the rest of us  chatting, imagining what’s in and how is it like, a funny scene of us.

Finally after a good 30 mins it was our turn to draw the curtain and see what await us.

There are only 2 sets of menu, one is 10 sushi for ¥4,000, the other also with 10 sushi but only ¥2,800…the differences are within 3-4 sushi with different fish.

We are in Tokyo, a place where hygiene and sanitation is top list in everything they do, nonetheless the word “professional” as well, where they process the fish leaving no fishy smell nor taste.

One of our friend who has “ fish smell” issue ordered the ¥2,800 set, gobbled everything up with regret not ordering the ¥4,000 one.

One thing I must point out beside the fish were being handle very specially, the rice were quite different than those we eat at a regular Japanese restaurant. It’s very chewy and was add with red vinegar to give the rice a special touch also to highlight the taste of the flesh fish. I’d suppose it’s the Edomae sushi style, the rice were being shaped perfectly with sliced fish on top and good for one shot into our mouth.

We were delighted to see what’s next in the chef’s hand, and enjoyed our time here very much.

A must try-out for the 400 years Edomae sushi if you happen to be at Tokyo and plan to visit Tsukiji Fish Market!

* Please bear in mind I didn’t jot down all the fish name as I was just too excited for the show!

Camera: iPhone 5


秀德本店 紀之重(築地市場 場外)
地址: 中央區築地4-14-16
電話: 03(3541)4015
營業時間: 11:00~15:00(最後點餐時間 14:30)/17:00~23:00(最後點餐時間 22:00)/週三休息 









有一點非常的特別是這裡的米與我們一般在日本料理吃到的米的品種不一樣,非常的有嚼勁,飯粒在製作過程中加了紅醋,呈現茶色,同時也襯托出魚肉的味道,我想這有可能是江戶壽司的一大特徵,魚被片的與米粒融為一體 ,入口即化!



*吃得太開心了,沒有記下所有魚的名稱 😛

相機: iPhone 5

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  • Reply Mitzie Mee November 20, 2015 at 03:58

    What a feast! The sushi looks amazing! I wonder what will happen to all those tiny, cozy restaurants, when the fish market moves to the new location?

    • Reply Tiff November 23, 2015 at 00:10

      Oh no Mitzie, I actually was thinking about it while writing this post
      I wonder as well. I hope the new location is nicer, or have more scrumptious restaurant for us to check out! 😀

  • Reply Tiffany October 11, 2015 at 20:55

    wow, they look amazing! I’m such a big fan of sushi, I’m planning to go to Tokyo this winter, should definitely visit this place! and I get you, I’m not a big fan of waking up 5am and queuing as well, so I love discovering little hidden gems away from the crowd. 🙂

    • Reply Tiff October 11, 2015 at 21:36

      I am sure you’ll love it, and it’s not a 5am queuing place, absolutely can enjoy the sushi very well not in a rush. I hope you get to visit here this winter!
      xx Tiff

  • Reply Naomi in Wonderland October 4, 2015 at 17:39

    Looks absolutely delicious! I love sushi so, so much. Seeing it made in front of your eyes, woah, what an experience!

    • Reply Tiff October 5, 2015 at 23:34

      They are very good 🙂
      Could give a try on your trip to Asia soon!!

  • Reply annie lee October 1, 2015 at 23:07

    this looks like a legit sushi restaurant tiff. omg you’re making me crave them so bad!!!

    • Reply Tiff October 3, 2015 at 17:23

      Haha, crave them when you are back in Asia Annie!!! 😀
      xx Tiff

  • Reply Sher September 30, 2015 at 04:42

    ooh this look amazing!! i went to tokyo a couple years ago and remember well all those small sushi shops inside Tsukiji. I am debating whether to go back at the end of next month and all your toyko food posts really make me want to!! great eating!


    • Reply Tiff September 30, 2015 at 12:08

      You definitely should Sher!!! Tokyo is never enough 😉
      haha, there’ll be food post about Japan more to come, stay tune, and I hope after a self-debate, you’ll find yourself in Tokyo again 🙂

      xx Tiff

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