Sushi Kinoshita
鮨 きのした

Tokyo Sushi

A hidden gem of a sushi restaurant located in Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo which offers a fusion of Japanese Cuisine and Edomae Sushi.

  • Counter Seat
  • Solo Booking

Sushi Kinoshita is nestled away in a quiet suite of an apartment building in Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo, and is truly a grown-up’s hideaway, yet one which is frequented daily by sushi connoisseurs.

After ringing the intercom at the entrance of the building and ascending to the 2nd floor, guests are greeted by the ambiance of a contemporary sushi establishment.

Chef Noriaki Nakamura, who honed his skills at renowned Michelin 3-star establishments such as Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama Honten and Ginza Sushi Yoshitake, meticulously crafts sushi with dedication as the master of Sushi Kinoshita.

While Japanese cuisine emphasizes drawing out the individual flavors of each of its ingredients, contrarily, a serving of sushi is an experience which is concluded in a single bite.

“The balance of the shari (rice) with the topping is crucial with Sushi” says Chef Nakamura.

His Omakase course is composed of 10 to 12 contemporary Japanese cuisine dishes and 11 to 13 pieces of nigiri. It is divided into half “Japanese cuisine dishes” and half “nigiri,” showcasing the beauty of both types of cuisines equally.

As for his selection of Japanese sake, Chef Nakamura places the highest importance on whether it truly complements the sushi rather than its price. He studied hospitality, service and alcohol pairing at the renowned French restaurant Chez Inno in Kyobashi, and thoroughly thinks about how to achieve the perfect balance between food and drink based on this experience.

Despite possessing all the exceptional skills and the criteria of a top sushi establishment, Sushi Kinoshita deviates from a formal style, aiming for a more relaxed atmosphere in which people can enjoy sushi. There is no doubt that Sushi Kinoshita is a restaurant worth experiencing and one which offers sushi with undeniable value.

Address 1-4-46 Nishiazabu, Minatoku, Tokyo 106-0031

※ The restaurant is located within an apartment building so please ring Room 203 at the building intercom.
Business hours Dinner:
18:00 to 20:30
20:30 to 23:00
(Two services)
Closed Sundays and National Holidays
Directions Approx 5 minute walk from 5th Exit of Nogizaka Station of Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line.
Approx 9 minute walk from 2nd Exit of Roppongi Station of Toei Ōedo Line and Hibiya Line.
Price From ¥33,000
Service Charge 10%
Seating Counter seating: 8 seats
Smoking Prohibited
Children Children who can order and eat a course are allowed.
(Smaller children are allowed if the restaurant is privately booked.)
Wi-Fi None
Language None
Parking None
Dresscode Smart Casual required.
Sportswear and sandals are not allowed.
Guests wearing strong perfume or cologne will be denied entry.
Payment method 【Advance payment for online reservation】
PayPal or Credit Card

【Payment for additional orders at the restaurant】
Cash or Credit Card
Cancellation Policy 【Cancellation Policy】
※ Cancellations made up to 15:00 JST of 3 days before the reservation date are eligible to receive a full refund.
※ Cancellations made after 15:00 JST of 3 days before, or 2 days before, 1 day before, or on the day of the reservation date are not eligible to receive any refund.
※ All changes to the reservation are required to be made at least 3 days before the reservation date.
※ Requests to change or cancel a reservation made after the specified days above will not be eligible for any refund and requests to change the reservation to an alternative date/time will not be accommodated.

※ The restaurant is located within an apartment building so please ring Room 203 at the building intercom.

1-4-46 Nishiazabu, Minatoku, Tokyo 106-0031

※ The restaurant is located within an apartment building so please ring Room 203 at the building intercom.

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