Tachigui Sushi Tonari


Tachigui Sushi Tonari

There has been a growing trend of more casual sushi restaurants known as ‘sushi-ya’ appearing throughout Tokyo, which was accelerated further by the pandemic and the lack of foreign visitors. Tachigui Sushi Tonari is one example of this trend. Tachigui, which means "eating while standing," is a chic take on the traditional way of enjoying sushi that dates back to the Edo period when sushi was served as a quick and affordable meal.

The Tachigui Sushi Tonari experience is quick and easy. After booking online, guests order their nigiris from the Ipad menu and have a one hour slot to eat.

Even though one can order traditional Edo-mae style neta (sushi toppings) such as tuna or gizzard shad at Tachigui Sushi Tonari, the chef Hatano Yoshiki adds his own creative spin also serving signature toppings such as eggplant agebitashi and red bean paste sesame seeds.

Find out more

Plan your trip

Use our interactive map to discover everything there is to do around Japan.

Soba Osame


Watch video
    Soba Osame
  • Tachigui Sushi Tonari
  • The Pizza Bar on the 38th at Mandarin Oriental
  • Hyotei
  • Kyushu’s Creative Cuisine
  • Emi no mise (Ogimi Food)
  • Chukogura Brewery
  • Okonomimura (Okonomiyaki)
  • Matsuka Seimen (Noodle Factory)
  • Ko Zushi
  • Moon Sun Brewing
  • Aotsuka Shokudo

Ways to discover Japan

Choose one filter to begin exploring.

My Itinerary

Your personalised itinerary of craft, wellness, nature and food experiences across the unique regions and hidden corners of Japan.

Find out more

Go Beyond

Discover more curated experiences in Japan’s hidden corners.

Find out more
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content