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Reservation for Fugu Restaurant Fukuji in Tokyo

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Have you ever had blowfish, or s they call it in Japan, fugu? If not, then you should give it a try at Fukuji in Tokyo. They prepare fugu with a variety of cooking methods that bring out the best from this rare delicacy.

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  • Reserve your table at Fukuji in Tokyo.
  • Enjoy exceptional blowfish in a variety of preparations.
  • Taste seasonal dishes that are offered for a limited time.

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Fukuji in Ginza, Tokyo


Important Information

If we are unable to secure a reservation for you, you will be fully refunded.

Please note that from August 2nd to 31st and from December 31 to January 4th, the restaurant is closed.


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Reviews (6)

  • Dan Dan

    Hey

    Its was pricy, but thats fine
    Food was just not good
    Not one dish actually

  • Ken Ken

    Mr

    Not too good and too expensive

  • Sarah Sarah

    Extreme Dining

    My brother wanted to try fugu and so we went. I must say I was not disappointed. The staff at the restaurant were very welcoming and kind. The meal itself was delicious. Overall a fantastic experience.

  • Hayley Hayley

    First Fugu Experience

    This is my first time in Japan, and I am traveling solo. It was quite the spontaneous trip but I've always know I wanted to try fugu. Today that became a reality.

    Fugu Fukuji wasn't too hard to find but I only speak and read English so it was a bit of an interesting time trying to pinpoint this place. When I arrived, I was warmly greeted and found myself in a nice and cozy restaurant. Although you could probably get away with not knowing Japanese, I stated in my reservation comments that I only speak English and was accommodated with an English speaking waitress.

    There are 2 set menu choices, as well as a la carte options as well. I chose the Bamboo set menu option.

    The first course was a snail and fugu jelly appetizer (which may vary) and was quite delicious. The next course was the famous fugu sashimi that everyone pictures when you hear of eating puffer fish in Japan. This was followed by the fugu hotpot and then rice porridge. While I was eating, I found it interesting and realized that the broth used in the fugu hotpot and was then used as the base for the rice porridge so that you could taste all the flavours absorbed by the broth. Pickled vegetables are also served, and then fruit of the day for dessert (I had orange slices).

    I really appreciated when the chefs took the time to explain dishes and got to know me on a more personal level. All the staff was very friendly and enthusiastic about the whole dinner service.

    Overall, I really enjoyed my time there and I hope that many others will feel the same :)

    - H.M.

  • Jonathan Jonathan

    Amazing experience!

    This is an experience that I would recommend to anyone! The food was fantastic, the chef is a true master of his craft (over 40 years experience). Absolute must if you want to eat or try fugu.

  • Azimah Azimah

    Once in a lifetime experience

    It is my husband's bucket list to try fugu and we weren't disappointed with the food quality and service! Chef was so kind to come to our table and have a genuine conversation (he was even excited to look at my cat pictures!). Please do not expect that the fugu will give you euphoria/high sensation as most people thought it would and then get "disappointed", just enjoy the great taste and experience from eating a fish that could have been poisonous. Thanks to Voyagin I got a reservation only a few days to my visit and since I can't speak japanese.

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