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Hakkoku - A Sushi Restaurant in Tokyo's Famous Ginza District

This video shows the sushi of "Hakkoku" in Ginza, Tokyo.

Hakkoku is an Edo-mae style sushi restaurant where the rice is made with red vinegar.
The course begins with hand-rolled sushi, where you are handed a rare part of the base of the head of the tuna, called "tossaki," followed by seasonal Edo-mae sushi dishes.

The restaurant has a private counter room, which is rare in Ginza, and can be used for treating customers of one's company.
The restaurant is typically fully booked and it's hard to get a reservation for it, so be sure to check out the video to see their expert skills.

◆Hakkoku Store Information◆
【Address】Hakkoku - 3F, 6-7-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
【Access】199 meters from Ginza Station off the Ginza and Hibiya subway lines
【Avg. Cost】¥30000+
【Hours】17:00-22:00 (Last entry)
【Closures】Sundays, Holidays

【Yelp】Hakkoku (はっこく)

Written By
Sep. 15, 2020
新井 美紀(Miki Arai)
I mainly write articles about food. I've been a writer for three years.
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