This compact nine-seater restaurant is located on the outer rim of Tsukiji Market, facing Harumi-dori, so it’s the perfect place to go to dodge the crowds. You’ll find that Tsukiji Koromo Sushi is more laid back than the fancier sushi restaurants – there might even be jazz playing softly in the background.
The shop serves about 18 different types of kaisendon, ranging from ¥1,650 to ¥4,400, as well as assorted plates of sushi. We love the uogashidon (fish market donburi; ¥2,310), which serves the freshest seafood of the day. For those who like their raw fish seared on the outside, the aburi-don is a rice bowl topped with a tasty assortment of fatty tuna, salmon, white fish, shellfish and more.