Curious about sushi restaurants in Tokyo?
Tabelog（食べログ） is a Japanese version yelp, if you ever wanted to find out the actual reviews from customers at, say the famous Skiyabashi Jiro, you can find it there.
The site used to offer Japanese only, and now is available in multiple languages including English. It's hand for those who are planning a trip to Tokyo and beyond - tabelog virtually covers the entire islands of Japan from Hokkaido to Okinawa. If and when you are in Tokyo for sushi, we recommend some of the following options.
Ginza Kyubei One of the iconic and most respected Edo Style sushi in Japan.
Sushi Aoki Small, yet highly respected sushi bar run by the master chef Aoki. Lately, he has been receiving many media coverage.
Mizutani Chef Mizutani is one of the many apprentices of Jiro Ono and he also appeared in the movie, Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Reservation is a must.
Sushi Dai Considered to be Tsukiji Fish Market's best sushi restaurant at incredible fresh fish (of course, the market is right next door) and affordable cost. However, there is a catch. Sushi Dai opens at 5AM and the waiting line starts from as early as 12AM! If you get there after 6AM, good luck getting in because by then, the wait will be at least two to three hours.