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Kura Sushi Ginza: Experience Sushi & Tempura Live Performances

TOKYO, May 06 (News On Japan) - Step into the vibrant heart of Tokyo and discover a culinary adventure at the Kura Sushi Global Flagship Store Ginza. Situated in the bustling Marronnier Gate Ginza 2, this flagship location is not just a sushi restaurant; it is an immersive cultural experience that combines the timeless appeal of traditional Japanese cuisine with modern innovation and style.

Kura Sushi, a Japanese sushi restaurant chain listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, has opened a global flagship restaurant in Ginza. At this picturesque sushi restaurant, visitors can immerse themselves in the Edo culture depicted in Utagawa Hiroshige’s ukiyoe woodblock prints, live performances of sushi, tempura, and dango (rice cakes) preparations at traditional-looking stalls.

The restaurant also boasts the 123-metre long conveyor belt, the longest amongst Kura Sushi’s restaurants globally. The decor features ukiyo-e prints and lanterns, with a design that blends Japanese aesthetics—utilizing whitewood for tables and pillars, and tatami mats for seating.

Additionally, in a first-time collaboration with Uniqlo, located in the same "Marronnier Gate Ginza 2" building, Kura Sushi is offering a collaborative menu.

Whether you're a local or a tourist, the Kura Sushi Global Flagship Store Ginza offers a unique dining experience that blends art and gastronomy in an entertaining atmosphere. From the longest conveyor belt that delightfully presents a variety of sushi, to the exclusive Uniqlo collaboration items available for purchase, every visit promises something new and exciting. Don't miss out on this exquisite blend of tradition and modernity in the heart of Tokyo—where every bite tells a story.

Store Name: Kura Sushi Global Flagship Store Ginza
Address: 7th Floor, Marronnier Gate Ginza 2, 3-2-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Operating Hours: Weekdays: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM (Last order at 10:30 PM), Weekends: 10:20 AM - 11:00 PM (Last order at 10:30 PM)
Phone: 03-6228-7620 (Takeout orders are also accepted)
Parking: Available
Seating Capacity: 242 seats (50 box seats, 14 counter seats)
Note: Operating hours are subject to change. Please visit the official Kura Sushi website for more details: https://www.kurasushi.co.jp

Related article: Kura Sushi Opens Ginza Store with Massive Sushi Train

Source: くら寿司

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