Reserve Imamura Michelin 1-star Sushi Restaurant in Tokyo

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This sushi restaurant is a hidden gem among the modern buildings in Shirokane, Tokyo and we're here to introduce you to its quality dishes made by the experts!

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  • Experience high-quality cuisine with a luxurious atmosphere.
  • Check out Tokyo's best kept sushi secret!
  • Enjoy Japan's impeccable customer service.

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Imamura, Tokyo

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Reviews (2)

  • Anita Anita

    Amazing food and fantastic host

    Sushi Imamura is located in a very quaint and residential neighbourhood. Although we spoke only English and no Japanese, the chef was very personable and friendly.

    The sushi was just mind blowing, especially the crab sashimi.

    Definitely a must try!

  • Christian Christian

    Absolutely Amazing, the Best Meal of My Life!

    Words cannot describe how incredible this experience was, just phenomenal.

    To begin, the staff here at Voyagin were fantastic, very personable and they stuck to not only their word, but to their reputation/mission; nowadays, very few companies do that.

    The experience at Imamura was the single most incredible meal that I have ever witnessed. The staff were incredibly friendly, yet professional and they did not mind having 2 foreigners that did not speak the language, present. Imamura-san (and it appeared to be his wife) run the show, with young man and a teenage girl helping out (possibly their kids? Not sure). They promptly come over to your spot to ask you any questions they may have or to service your request.

    Once everyone was seated and ready (at about 18:05), Imamura-san began slicing the first bits of fish for sashimi; watching him perform his craft was magical, as you can tell that he REALLY is a master. As he prepared the various cuts, he would explain to the guests, what it was, how to eat it and what to pair it with (the girl translated for us, always with a smile on her face).

    My three favourites of the night:

    1. Horse Mackerel nigiri (absolutely divine)
    2. Mackerel sashimi (we don't eat mackerel much here in Canada, but this was fantastic)
    3. Sea Urchin maki (the best Uni I've ever had, much better than anything you can get in Canada)

    After the meal, we had a lovely peach ice cream dessert, followed a nice quick chat about the differences in sushi restaurants between Canada and Japan.

    Phenomenal experience, thank you, Voyagin!