English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 6 reviews)
Located near Ginza Kabuki theatre, we found とも樹 in a small alley. Don't be deceived by its looks, size and location. From the moment you open the door, you will receive utmost service and delicate sushi served. A very enjoyable 2 hour dinner. Almost 25 different dishes. Price tag can be heavy but fo...r the freshness and quality, it is definitely worth it the price. Chef did not scrimp on anything, even the fresh flowers in the dips were awesome and delicate. Definitely well deserving of the 2 star Michelin! We had a good time and thank you for accomdating us. If you always find uni so so or not great, you have not found the right chef or place. The uni here is worth every cent. If you want to overcome eating uni, you need a trip here. Excellent husband and wife team. Wishing you both with best wishes!
Visited June 2019
“An Experience ”
Invited by friends who frequent this restaurant each time they visit Japan. Family owned and ran, the service is terrific. The atmosphere is clean, no frills -- you are there to experience a culinary treat. From the milk-sanded down counters to the specially made ice box utilized to house the days' ...fresh ingredients, it's a special feel. The sushi is wonderful-- fresh and simple. I especially enjoyed the fresh crab offering which stood out. I'm told bookings are tough (it's small and dinner takes 2 hours). Worth a try definitely.
Visited July 2017
“Very fresh sushi”
This is a friendly place but very popular. A month advance reservation is needed. Counter sits about 10 people and a small room of 5 people. Love the crab (kani) that's taken out off shells and packed in the shell.
Visited October 2016