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HISTORY

1893 A 123year-old, long-standing sushi bar

First opened along the old Tokaido Road at Ohmori, Mihara-dori.

1921 relocated to Hon-dori in front of Kamata Station, West Exit.

Relocated to Hon-dori in front of Kamata Station, West Exit.

1945

Platters that escaped destruction by being hidden by the owner at the time in a well during the Great Tokyo Air Raid.
They are still in action today.

2009 Obtained two Michelin stars

Hatsunezushi obtained two stars in the Tokyo Michelin Guide 2009.

2016 Been a two-Michelin-starred restaurant for eight consecutive years.

Obtained two stars in the Tokyo Michelin Guide for eight consecutive years and ranked 11th in Tabelog’s JAPAN RESTAURANT AWARD 2016.

ACCESS

From near Kamata St. far from the city center, Hatsune is in the location of about a 5-minute walk away sushi.

To mark the white wall of the building surrounded by green, please come feel free to.

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CONTACT/RESERVATION

Our shop is a full appointment.

I like thank you can make a reservation to be sure to advance the time of your visit.

Scheduling a Reservation

This message will get a bit long, but I’d appreciate it if you read to the end!
We are currently planning on reopening our “Contact” section to make reservations for the start of 2020.

There, you’ll be able to put in your basic information to create a tentative reservation.

Next, we’ll send you an email confirming the specific date of your reservation after we have found an appropriate time.

Since we expect to receive a large number of reservations, we will be
limiting parties to a maximum of three at a time. Hatsune-zushi can seat about 3,000 people a year, so at three
per party we expect to serve a maximum of a thousand parties.

Within the first week of opening up our reservation form this year, we received just over a thousand requests, filling up our yearly limit.

Currently we plan on accepting new reservations for the beginning of 2020.
We will let everyone know that we are taking new reservations again on our Facebook page as well as here on our home page.

Now I’d like to take a moment to thank you for regularly checking up on us through our Facebook and homepage.
I am eternally grateful for everyone’s thoughts and concerns. Thank you so much!

I look forward to meeting you in person here at Hatsune-zushi!

Hatsune-zushi
Katsu Nakaji