Love the atmosphere and this one was close to Akasaka-Mitsuke station so very convenient!
Wonderful restaurant with quality sushi. The interior is delightful and you can experience the true craft of sushi-making firsthand. Extremely recommended for tourists who want to experience something unique!
Wonderful setting with amazing food! The yukata definitely made the whole experience even better.
Feels like they were a little under staffed the night we went, the waitstaff was running around and trying so hard to meet everyone’s demand.
Overall a great experience and will be visiting again next time we visit Tokyo!
Excellent sushi. Good layout and drink prices, and no shoes which I appreciated. They have lockers for your shoes at the front. Also have traditional Japanese attire (kimonos, etc) if you want to wear it.
Wonderful service and food. We ordered an Omasake, “chef’s choice” - I highly recommend!
Food was good. The sushi master was good. Everything was fine, except the price was a bit high.
Food was ok. super touristy. Foh staff were dicks, and you could tel, they didn't like they're job. sushi was atop pre made rice balls. worst meal i had in japan.
Personale gentile e disponibile, ottimi piatti e prezzi onesti. Complimenti
Great sushi restaurant. Very popular with tourists but good value.
Make a reservation. This is the best location b/c of their orchestra style layout of the restaurant where you can see the sushi chef make all of the sushi while cooked items are done in the kitchen in the back. They had all of the items we wanted so that was a plus. Greta value for quality seafood.
Wonderfully fun experience in a great part of Tokyo. Food was very good and inexpensive.
Very pleasent for family friends
Beautiful restaurant with a great atmosphere. I would recommend it for all occasions
Sushi is great as usual. We come back every time we visit Tokyo!
Good for tourists if you want to leave the “real sushi experience”
We went there as a family with young kids and the place was excellent. The food was very good and decent value for Tokyo. I would definite recommend friends to go there is they are visiting. I’m sure there are local haunts that have higher quality or better value but this is great
Great for everything!!
Itamae was a great choice for our group of 10. The food was delicious and the group was accommodated easily with a reservation. The service was a bit slow, but the food was worth the wait!
Great space, rasrefully lit and dressed. You know you are in Japan. No shoes . Leave them in your locker at the door and keep your wood key. Super fresh fish. Skilled sushi chef to watch. Great staff helpful with english. Lcals are hete too. Loved this place. Close to the hotel and easy to find.
It must’ve been a busy night but several dishes were forgotten on our order. It might’ve been the lack of English speaking employees there. Overall, the food was great and we were able to dress up in geisha outfits for my friend’s bachelorette party in Tokyo! I’d still come back especially for the experience :) great ambiance and decor!
We had a wonderful night at Itamae Sushi Edo. But there’s something about it that just seem out of place.
Welcoming was a bit odd, we were left on the waiting room for a bit before being taken to the wonderful salon that was rather empty. So why wait?
Food and drinks were very good, not a Michelin kind of place, but that was not the case nor their promise. But it was a very good sushi! And prices were quite ok also.
But again, there was something sloppy about the service that made us not feel in Japan at all. Ar first we thought we had fallen in a big tourist trap, but then food was so good and for such a great price in such a beautiful atmosphere that it simply couldn’t be the case.
Well I would definitely recommend it to anyone expecting to spend a night in a great sushi place in Tokyo.
To management: don’t be afraid of foreigners. You could do better.
Outstanding presentation. Fresh sushi. Great ambiance and service.
Nice restaurant in Akasaka, close to the subway station. Staff is friendly and speaks ok english. Sushi / Tempura / sake were really good.
Took a child there for a birthday and they made it a very special occasion for the kids, the staff were lovely and friendly. Couldn't thank them enough.
Some of the worst sushi we have ever had. Service was not what we would call good. It was a failure of an evening and very expensive.
Very good service, very unique shop design.
Fun sushi experience that was not at all intimidating. Warm wait staff, good nigiri. Very welcoming to tourists -- and they encourage you to dress up and take photos.
Went here for dinner, was great. The sushi was awesome, there was an English menu. It's a little pricey but not too bad, and it's cool inside. Good for a date.
My family visited Itamae Sushi Edo for our Christmas Eve Dinner. Brian who greeted us at the door was very friendly. We took the opportunity to wear traditional kimonos provided by the restaurant as part of the experience. The older lady who helped us put on the kimonos was also very nice. Dinner was fine. The sashimi came out first but the tempura took a lot longer. When I asked the floor manager about the tempura he said in a very rude way "Be patient, tempura takes time". We had already finished our main course before the tempura finally showed up. After dinner, we asked the nice older lady to take our picture, which she happily did. We then went to take off our kimonos which the older lady and Brian helped us remove. After removing our kimonos, I went to grab the rest of our stuff and remembered that our coats were in the closet. I gave Brian, (who was in the middle of putting our kimonos away), our coat ticket. Brian placed our kimonos down and went to grab our coats. Here's where things go way wrong. The floor manager comes out and notices that the kimonos were on the side and not hung. He begins to ask why I had placed the kimonos on the side and not hung them. I tried to explain to him that it was Brian who took the kimonos from us and was in the middle of hanging them when he began to help us retrieve our coats. The floor manager then rudely told Brian to go away and become hostile towards me. My wife at the moment was putting on her shoes and apparently was not suppose to put them on while on the carpet. The floor manager then turned to my wife and said she could not put her shoes on here and moved them away. I asked the floor manager for his card. His name is Hiroshi Amemiya. He was still being extremely rude so I asked for his manager. He said it was the sushi chef ("Katsu?"). I spoke to "Katsu" who was very apologetic. If Hiroshi Amemiya is still working at this restaurant, please avoid it. He is extremely rude to all.
"It's a wonderful shop where you feel as if you are in a friend's house, it's a wonderful shop, it's an old building, but it was pretty clean and it was pretty.I would like to try another cuisine as well The potato 's potage is the best taste of the soup I've ever drank, the salad was also very fresh, the steak was juicy and tasty everyone was convinced, the wine was affordable and overall satisfied It made meals like meals. "
Radical spot, great sushi and service and vibe. Would definitely come back.
I went with my wife for our anniversary and had such a great experience! Service was fast, polite and friendly. It looks like a modern restaurant with the spirit of old Tokyo, clearly designed for visitors but I also saw some groups of locals which surprised me. Sushi was very good and the price is more than reasonable, drinks and all. Lots of people had the Volcano, which was pretty cool to see. I added a note mentioning that it was our anniversary, and what was my surprise when they brought us a dish with a collection of just made mini sushi and a Halloween pumpkin, kudos to the Chef! I will come back :)