Sasamaki-zushi is a sushi wrapped in bamboo grass. In the old days, there was no refrigerator, so people used a lot of salt and vinegar to make it last. Now that refrigerators are more common and customers' tastes have changed, salt and vinegar have been toned down.
*Since the number is limited, please make a reservation by phone if possible.
- addressUdagawa Building 1F, 2-12 Kanda-Ogawamachi, Chiyoda-ku
- business_hour9:00am - 7:00pm
- access・3-minute walk from Subway "Ogawamachi Sta."
・5-minute walk from Subway "Awajicho Sta."
・5-minute walk from Subway "Shin-ochanomizu Sta."
・6-minute walk from JR "Ochanomizu Sta."
・137 meters from Subway "Ogawamachi Sta."
|Closed||Sundays & National holidays(Please call and confirm)|
Tane (Sushi Topping) and Sushi-meshi (vinegared rice)
The Tane are tai (Sea bream), oboro
(mashed and seasoned fish), egg,
seaweed, silver-skinned fish and white
fish varying according to the season.
Sushi-meshi is made to be sticky so that it lasts longer. It is best to leave it for about 3 hours after making it so that you can enjoy the fragrance of the bamboo grass.