Umi

Umi

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81 Reviews for Umi

  • Yu Yu

    Sushi Umi [March 25th-April 3rd] – Limited Seats Left!!

    Sushi Umi [March 25th-April 3rd] – Limited Seats Left!! Sushi was delicious, itamae was gracious and entertaining

  • Edward Edward

    Sushi Umi [March 25th-April 3rd] – Limited Seats Left!!

    Sushi Umi [March 25th-April 3rd] – Limited Seats Left!! Sushi Umi, Sushi Shomasa, Jiro Roppongi, I’ve tried them all and each needs to be visited to be appreciated. The one thing about Umi besides the food, was it’s service. Fully staffed they have people walking around making sure everything is fine for you. Constant fills of tea and water and making sure your eating area is spotless, this so far service was really stands up against the rest. His take is definitely less traditional than say Jiro’s, but the quality of the food is absolutely delicious. Some unique things we got served, which left a long lasting memory. Umi is a must when you stop in Japan.

  • Craig Craig

    Reserve Sushi Umi Michelin 2-star Restaurant in Tokyo

    Reserve Sushi Umi Michelin 2-star Restaurant in Tokyo Nothing short of excellence in a relaxed and professional traditional sushi restaurant. Every piece oozed freshness and care. Drinks on offer are from high quality matcha tea right through to pretty decent beer and sake to compliment the dishes.

    Highly recommended for food enthusiasts and for those who want a real high end experience dining out.

  • Chikara Chikara

    Reserve Sushi Umi Michelin 2-star Restaurant in Tokyo

    Reserve Sushi Umi Michelin 2-star Restaurant in Tokyo This is the second time I used Voyagin and again, a great reservation with a top restaurant. I recommend Umi to those who want top sushi in a friendly (Not super tense) atmosphere.

  • Lucy Lucy

    Reserve Sushi Umi Michelin 2-star Restaurant in Tokyo

    Reserve Sushi Umi Michelin 2-star Restaurant in Tokyo The Sushi was amazing and the staff was nice. If you're not into the smaller setting, however, the dinner can be a bit awkward since you're only with about 6 other people and it's a pretty quiet environment where you observe the Master Sushi chef make the food. I wasn't sure about formalities and such, so it was a bit of an odd experience for me.

    Great sushi however and worth the price. Two people was roughly ~500 USD. They do take card payment too when you're there.

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