Sushi-dokoro Okame

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  1. Sushi-dokoro Okame
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa
  2. Sushi-dokoro Okame, Toyosu Market
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

Time Out says

The original Okame sushi shop at Tsukiji was a classically rustic Edo-style sushi joint: standing-only, cramped, smoking permitted. The Toyosu version is more polished: the 13 counter seats are spaciously spread out in a horseshoe shape around the sushi chefs and the restaurant is non-smoking.

The Okame staff work efficiently and amicably together, interacting warmly with guests while adding special touches to their sushi, like a brush of house-made nikiri-joyu (a thin, sweetish sauce made of soy sauce, dashi and mirin, which was a feature of Edo-mae sushi) applied to some of the fish slices. Some of the other standout items on the omakase menu may include – depending on the season – uni nigiri topped with flakes of salt, katsuo (skipjack tuna) with grated ginger, shirako (milt) nigiri dressed with a little ponzu and daikon oroshi (grated radish), and nigiri topped with finely minced fatty tuna and spring onion.

There are two options for omakase – ¥3,600 and ¥4,200 – as well as a standard sushi set for ¥2,500, special sushi set for ¥3,500 and a kaisendon (sashimi rice bowl) for ¥3,000.


Toyosu Market, Management Facilities Bldg 3, 6-6 Toyosu, Koto-ku
03 6633 0072
Opening hours:
6.30am-2pm, closed Sun, hols & market hols (irregular Wed)
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