1F Maki Plaza Building, 1-15-11, Shintomi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
From Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Hatchōbori Station
(Approximately 10 minutes on foot) Take Exit A3, and you will be facing Shin-ōhashi dōri (Sunkus Convenient store will be on the other side of the road).Turn right and walk along Shin-ōhashi dōri until you see Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. Take the cross walk and turn right. Walk two blocks west and turn left. Walk three blocks south and Sushi Hashimoto is the corner shop on your left.
From Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Shintomicho Station
(Approximately 10 minutes on foot) Take Exit 5, and you will be facing Shin-ōhashi dōri. Turn Left (Doutor Coffee will be on your left). Walk three blocks along Shin-ōhashi dōri then turn left. Walk two blocks and Sushi Hashimoto will be the corner shop on your right.
Dinner 18:00 - 23:00
Closed on Monday
Nestled in a residential area near Ginza in Tokyo, Sushi Hashimoto became the new sushi spot among locals since its inception in 2014. Sushi Hashimoto inherits the essence of edomae style sushi while exemplifying his sushi with his own interpretation on aging techniques.
ABOUT THE CHEF
Hiroyuki Hashimoto followed in his father’s footsteps to become a sushi shokunin since he was a little boy. As a rising star who shows huge potential in the industry, he has a stunning resume, which includes 9 years of training in Miyakozushi, one of the famous sushi restaurants in Tokyo, before he opened his own restaurant in Shintomicho.
The Tabelog Award 2017 (Silver Award)