The sushi restaurant, Kizushi(喜寿司), has served classical Tokyo style sushi since 1927 in Nihonbashi-ningyocho(日本橋人形町), an old town nearby Tokyo station.
The chef, Mr. Ryuichi Yui, is a third generation of this sushi restaurant, born in 1942. He started his career as a French cook and turned back to his home, Kizushi, to become a sushi chef.
Kizushi preserves an authentic Tokyo style sushi. For example, Mr. Yui elaborately makes shrimp into an artistic shape.
My favourite ones are shrimp(saimaki-ebi/才巻海老), ark shell(akagai/赤貝), tuna(maguro/鮪), and swordfish(kajiki/カジキ), which is one of a traditional Tokyo style sushi item.
This restaurant opens in lunch time and is not so clouded. It has lunch course with two prices: JPY3,500 and JPY5,000, including 8 pieces of nigiri sushi and 3 pieces of sushi roll.
2-7-13, Nihonbashi-Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Mon-Fri 11:45～14:30 & 17:00～21:30
Closed on Sunday