Maguro To Shari Shibuya

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  • Shibuya
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  3. Hiroyuki Sato Maguro To Shari
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Time Out says

Just as its name suggests, Maguro To Shari (which translates as ‘tuna and rice’) serves only tuna sashimi rice bowls. It’s run by sushi restaurant Hakkoku in Ginza, which is owned by chef Hiroyuki Sato. Sushi fiends will know Sato's name from his time at the Michelin-starred Sushi Tokami.

The sashimi here comes directly from the fishermen, each hand picked by professionals with the help of Sumiyoshi Fishery Group. This means you’re guaranteed to get fresh, premium quality fish at a reasonable cost.

There are five different sizes of tuna bowls, ranging from small to extra large, each filled with premium koshiibuki rice seasoned with the restaurant’s original red vinegar, cucumber and generous slices of lean and fatty maguro tuna. The smallest bowl goes for ¥1,200, while the largest goes for ¥3,000. You can upgrade your meal with 200g (¥200) or 300g (¥300) of rice, or even order additional toppings like egg yolk (¥100), natto (¥100), avocado (¥150), salmon roe (¥650) and more.

Details

Address:
The Neat Aoyama Bldg 1F, 1-6-4 Shibuya, Shibuya
Tokyo
Transport:
Shibuya Station
Opening hours:
11am-9pm
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