Toyosu market is a world-standard fish market that attracts lots of wholesalers, chefs, and foodies all over the country and the world. It is more than a market because there are many shopping and restaurant facilities for tourists and locals that wish to have the freshest seafood in Tokyo. Toyosu Market construction started in 2016, and the former Tsukiji Market transferred completely to the newly built Toyosu Market in October 2018.
Sushi is a dish of the Japanese made of vinegared rice and all different kinds of seafood and vegetables. Sushi is one of the most famous Japanese food in the world, and sushi restaurants can be found in most of the major cities. However, having sushi, especially near the largest fish market, is an experience that not everyone could have. Check out this list to find delicious sushi in Toyosu Market.

1. Sushi Dai (寿司 大)

This restaurant has a great atmosphere with super quality seafood. The staffs are friendly and make customers feel at home with laughter and good vibes. It’s really worth spending the penny on. The problem is the issue of long queues where people have to line up as early as 4 AM because they close as soon as they finish providing all portions. Sushi Dai is one of the best ways to start the day. The restaurant has the capacity to seat 20 persons at a time. With this timing, sushi Dai is a place you can have either breakfast or lunch.

Address: 6 chome-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

2. Daiwa sushi (大和寿司)

This restaurant has different and excellent fish for everyone according to their pocket; there are varieties at which you can pick from. You can choose from a la carte and omakase course. Many people order the omakase course, as it contains seasonal seafood, but some people add a few nigiri after enjoying the course menu. Another distinct feature of Daiwa Shushi is the prevention of long lines; people sometimes don’t need to wait in a queue in the early morning.

Address: 6 chome-3-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

3. Iso sushi (磯寿司)

Iso sushi has great sushi for a reasonable price. Their nigiri set, which is limited for 30 servings per day, is the best deal. The staffs are friendly, and it is highly recommended for its less queue and various nigiri set menus for varieties of preferences. Iso sushi is small, with limited seats. The great sushi and Tuna meal from iso sushi has an overwhelming taste that can melt your taste bud. It’s open until evening, which is quite rare in Toyosu Market.

Address: 3F, 6 chome-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Website: (Japanese Only)

4. Sukiyabashi Jiro Toyosu (すきやばし次郎 豊洲)

This restaurant opens twice a day, around lunch hours and evenings. Sukiyabashi Jiro is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in Tokyo, as it appeared in the movie “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.” This place is the branch of their flagship shop in Ginza. Eating sushi here is nice because it is organized in a way that is tantalizing with quality that will feel you up. Especially lunch is a great opportunity to taste world-famous sushi at a reasonable price. However, get early because the servings are limited.

Address: 4 chome-10-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku,Tokyo

5. Shou (晶)

Sushi Shou is a tourist-welcoming sushi shop having an English-speaking chef who is willing to explain everything about sushi in English. They are open from 6:00 AM, which makes the restaurant a perfect place to have breakfast or lunch. They post updates about their stock on their Facebook page and the website blog. So, check it out to learn about the season’s best flavors. They offer two types of nigiri set, so choose the one that satisfies your appetite.

Address: 6-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

6. Bentomi (弁富すし)

This is another Sushi restaurant in Toyosu Fish Market. You can have a lot of market things in this restaurant, as you can choose from sushi sets and rice bowls. Their nigiri set varies by the number of sushi and the content of the sushi. Choose the most expensive one if you wish to taste some luxurious ingredients such as sea urchin. They also offer sea urchin rice bowl for those who like it.

Address: 6 chome-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

7. Iwasa Sushi (岩佐寿司)

The quality of food here is more than the price. The Sushi is very tasty, and the customer care service is very nice. Their 30 years of history in Tsukiji Market proves their popularity. They are very much particular about stocking the freshest ingredients from Toyosu Market, and experienced buyers visit the market every morning to offer customers delicious sushi. Their motivation is to increase the number of people who like seafood. They recommend their omakase nigiri, which contains 10 nigiri, one sushi roll, and a bowl of miso soup. The restaurant offers alcoholic drinks as well, so enjoy your delicious sushi fully with the best matching drinks.

Address: 6 chome-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Website: (Japanese only)

8. Ryu Sushi (龍寿司)

At this restaurant, there tends to be no long queue for a table except lunchtime. There are good sushi and sashimi experience here. Their most recommended sushi is anago (conger eel). They say it takes three hours to prepare anago to be ready to use for sushi. Anago may not come with their omakase sushi set, so in that case, order anago as an a la carte. The small place with only counter seats makes a cozy atmosphere.

Address: 6 chome-6-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

9. Sushi Bun (鮨文)

Sushi Bun is one of the sushi restaurants in Toyosu Market with a long history. It was established in the 1800s and had over 150 years of history. This restaurant price is a bit high compared to other restaurants around. Although it’s expensive, the taste still worth it because staffs will make you feel at home and comfortable. If you love a variety of seafood like conger eels, sea urchin, tuna belly, then Sushi Bun is the best location for you.

Address: 6 chome5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

10. Oedo (大江戸)

This is another restaurant where you can explore the dynamism of Toyosu Fish Market. They are different from other sushi restaurants in this list as they specialize in sashimi rice bowls. They focus on stocking the freshest seafood and especially proud of the quality of tuna, salmon, sea urchin, and ikura. Rice used in the bowl is also put into perfection as they adjust the amount of vinegar and process of cooking rice according to season and weather. They offer varieties of seafood rice bowl menus, so pick one that contains your favorite sashimi piece.

Address: 6 Chrome-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku Tokyo
Website: (Japanese only)
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Information in this article is as of November 2019
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