Established in 1924, this restaurant specialises in Osaka-style sushi. The Yotsuya branch is so small (there are only four tables) that most customers choose to take away. There are approximately 20 varieties of sushi, including battera (mackerel), kimi-sushi (fish and egg) and pickled sushi with conger eel. The most popular dish is chakin-sushi; inside a thin, airy omelette with a sweet, sophisticated flavour is a mix of vinegared rice with pickled gourd, conger eel, lotus and seasoned minced fish. For first-time customers, the box with assorted sushi would be the best option; you can taste a variety of sushi including chakin-sushi, battera, futomaki (a thick sushi roll) and kimi-sushi.
|Venue name:||Hachiku Yotsuya|
3-11 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku
|Opening hours:||9am-6pm / closed Wed|
|Transport:||Yotsuya-Sanchome Station (Marunouchi line), exit 2|