Where to Eat Sushi in Japan? Ginza Sushikoh !April 04, 2014
Hello guys! I can't believe it's April already omg time sure flies so fast. And to celebrate the first post of this month, I am going to show you my favourite sushi in Japan!
It's Ginza Sushikoh!
Once you've tried this restaurant, you cannot eat sushi anywhere else anymore..
During my trip with 100Tokyo as Indonesia Representative for Cool Japan Project, the staffs held a welcome dinner at Sushikoh. They have some chains at a few areas in Tokyo but the one that I visited is at Marunouchi Area, it's an expensive area for young people and you can reach this place easily by stopping at Tokyo Station. Simply across the station and get into the building!
This 100Tokyo Project consisted of many influencers from many countries in Asia and I am so honoured to be a part of this project!
Anyway, enough talking about me. Let's move on to the food!
The chefs prepared special set for everyone!
Red Fresh Shrimp on top of some small ebis. It's prepared fresh and raw and perfect for an appetiser
Warm clam soup to warm up your stomach! It doesn't smell fishy at all
Kani [Crab] !!
A set of abalone, shrimp, and fish!
That's the best abalone I've ever had!
Some grilled stuffs. I forgot what it is but it's seriously tasty!!!
In case you don't like raw food, the chefs will prepare all the sushi in grilled!
Cutting that fresh tuna! OMG see how smooth the cutting is?
The chefs showed off their superrrrr fresh ingredients!
The key of sushi and sashimi's quality lies on their ingredients and the skill of the chefs. And Ginza Sushikoh seriously have both of it!
I mean, look at this!!!!
A MOUNTAIN OF UNI!!!
I can die in happiness!!!
I ordered a plate of uni sashimi, and it comes with a little salt on the side. But I ate it just the way it is because it's already SOOOOO GOOOODDD!!!
Uni [Sea Urchin / Bulu Babi] is my favourite seafood at the moment T_T
And seriously. DONT eat uni at cheap sushi restaurant. I ate a few unis before at other restaurants and you can really tell the good and bad uni. I mean, I am okay with 100 Yen Salmon sushi at cheap restaurant but uni is different
The quality tells you instantly. Even stupid person who thinks everything is tasty in Japan like me, can tell o.O
Usually my taste is super cheap and everything is good for me. I only can differentiate salty, sweet, spicy, and so on wtf. Not suitable to become a food blogger I know. But for uni, it is different case LOL
Anyway, here are some other sushis that I got at that night =
Look at how shiny and smooth the texture is!
Hirame / Flounder!
Oh hi Uni!!!
Everyone's favourite! Salmon!!
Akagai or Ark Shell!
It's chewy but so good!!
A bowl of Ikura!
And I think I ate more than what's on the pictures. Where's the pictures gone o.O Maybe I was too busy eating and was drown into sushi's heaven so I forgot to take more pics LOL
But anyway, here's the ala carte menu for you!
Which one you wanna try? ^.^
With Melissa from Thailand and Lala from Taiwan!
With QiuQiu and Xiaxue from Singapore!
Cannot believe I've reached to a point in my life where I can be invited along with my blogger idol, Xiaxue T___T So happy huhu
Cheesie whom I like is also invited but she sat a lil far away from me so no picture at that night lol
And anyway, in fact I have been to this restaurant before and that's why I can say that this is my favourite restaurant! The chefs even remember me omg o.O
They're like "last time you came, you're sitting over there right"
So touched that the chef could remember me! T___T
Maybe it's because I always order no-wasabi and it's rare for customer to order it that way? lol
Anyway, here's what I ate last time =
My friend brought me to this place before because he knows that I LOVE sushi!
And I already swore on that day that it's the best sushi I have ever had in my life
I ordered a set of sushi set. There are 2 sets if I am not mistaken, around 7000 yen and 10.000 yen per person. I got the 10.000 yen one and it was too many for me in fact lol
As for the trip with 100Tokyo, everyone had ala carte so the price for each sushi vary.
The price is quite expensive at Ginza Sushikoh but do remember that this is a pleasurable experience that you will always remember in your life XD
And of course, the price doesn't lie. Although it is expensive but you will NEVER regret the quality that they serve to you T___T
Everything just melts instantly inside your mouth and you will feel every sushis that you have eaten so far in your life are such-a-joke. And I am not even exaggerating
With all the bloggers invited for 100Tokyo! Everyone are satisfied and happy with the food and service!
Cheesie-Xiaxue-QiuQiu are not in the picture because they left earlier
In case you want to visit Ginza Sushikoh at Marunouchi, here's the address :
Marunouchi Building, 35th Floor
Stop at Tokyo Station if you use Train, and find Marunouchi Building