板前寿司 江戸

Live Information

  • Multilingual Staff
    English, Chinese, Korean
  • Multilingual Menu
    English, Chinese (Simplified), Korean
  • Wi-Fi
    Available for free



The Itamae Sushi Edo Concept
•A restaurant that reproduces the Edo period – the origin of sushi
Through Japanese panel screens, ukiyo-e paintings, Nishijin brocade ceilings, lanterns and sake box containers that are spread out in front of shop curtains and tatami mats, a space is created that makes you feel as though you had traveled in time back to the Edo period. The theater-style seats that are modeled after the sajiki-seki box seats in the traditional Japanese art form of Kabuki, and the energetic sushi chefs produce a restaurant that will have guests wanting to take pictures before they know it.
•Just like a Little Tsukiji! – Choose the fish and preparation method of your preference from the fresh fish available at the Edo Food Stands
In the Edo period, sushi was lined up in wooden boxes called neta-bako. Inspired by this tradition, we have prepared Edo Food Stands that line up neta-bako in neat rows, almost as if they were part of a picture, featuring foods carefully selected from all over Japan. This collection of neta-bako makes for an atmosphere like a “Little Tsukiji” where seasonal foods from all over Japan gather. At the “Edo Food Stand,” guests can choose the food of their preference and also order from a wide range of preparation styles, including sushi, sashimi, sautéed, steamed or boiled.
The Japanese word iki (meaning “refined”) is a keyword that represents the Edo period. Iki may also be interpreted as meaning either “fresh” or “dynamic,” and at Itamae Edo Sushi, we take great pride both in the freshness of our foods and the live performances that Itamae puts on. We invite our guests to enjoy, with all five senses, the joint performance between Japan’s freshness preservation technology, now recognized as being the best in the world, and the sushi and other dishes that our chefs create through the traditional techniques they have inherited from the past.
We also have a wide selection of Japanese sake carefully selected from all around the country. You can experience the Edo culture of enjoying sake with a side dish.
•At the “Sushi Stand,” guests can take a picture wearing a kimono – it’s a photogenic opportunity that gives you a chance to experience Japanese culture.
At our “Sushi Stand,” which recreates an Edo period sushi establishment, you can take a picture of yourself wearing a kimono or a happi coat. We are fully equipped with the fastest Wi-Fi, which we make available as a complimentary service, so that you can share your photograph on SNS platforms right then and there.

Location Information

  • Address

    1F,3-9-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052

  • Nearest Station
    Akasaka-Mitsuke Station
    ・ Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
    ・ Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
  • Phone Number
  • Hours
    Monday - Friday & Day before holiday Lunch: 11:30 - 15:00(L.O.14:30), Dinner: 17:00 - 3:00, the following day(L.O.2:00, Drink L.O. 2:30)
    Saturday & Sunday & Holiday Lunch: 11:30 - 15:00(L.O.14:30), Dinner: 17:00 - 23:00(L.O.22:00, Drink L.O. 22:30)
  • Closed
    Open year-round
  • Budget
    General estimate: 7,000 JPY
    Lunch estimate: 1,000 JPY
  • Wi-Fi
    Available for free
  • Multilingual Staff
    English, Chinese, Korean
  • Multilingual Menu
    English, Chinese (Simplified), Korean

Further Facilities & Services

  • Children Allowed
  • Customer Friendly