16 Hudson St BostonMA02111
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admin, 7-15-2015
by planet99 on June 07, 2015 from planet99


Know Before You Go:
Make sure to remove your shoes if you're dining in the tatami mat room.
by Citysearch on April 16, 2013 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

Excellent Japanese Food:
This is a really great restaurant. It is small and quaint. And the waitresses are dressed beautifully in Japanese Kimono's. The food is excellent. And the Ginger Ice cream is to die for
by Cathie on October 06, 2008

Editorial Reviews

“Beautifully crafted sushi” plus a “variety of excellent cooked” fare at “average” prices comprise the “broad menu” at these “reliable”, separately owned Brookline and Chinatown Japaneses; “friendly servers” navigate the “relaxed” environs, which on Hudson Street include a “tatami room” and 3:30 AM weekend closing times.
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat
Ginza Restaurant Review:
With late-night hours that stretch until 3:30 a.m. some evenings, Ginza attracts a vibrant, mixed crowd that ranges from destination diners and twentysomethings to just-off-work chefs and students burning the midnight oil. And while the interior could use a facelift, the food remains consistently fresh and plentiful. Boiled edamame and a sampling from the massive sushi menu is a nice start...
by gayot on March 09, 2012 from gayot
Chinatown's first Japanese restaurant boasts out-and-out fabulous sushi in a setting straight out of Tokyo.:
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Three sushi chefs are in perpetual motion, constructing the complicated maki rolls that are locally famous. Large numbers of Japanese patrons speak to the authenticity of the...
by by Eric Grossman at Citysearch on August 01, 2008 from Citysearch
On a side street in Chinatown, you'll find one of the city's best Japanese restaurants. Track down the nondescript entrance up the street from the Chinatown arch, settle into one of the two rooms (in a booth, if you're lucky), and watch as kimono-clad waitresses glide past, bearing sushi boats the size of small children. Ginza is a magnet for Japanese expatriates, sushi-lovers, and, in the wee...
by frommers on March 23, 2007 from frommers

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by menuism on August 02, 2017 from menuism