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  • Hours

    Open Dine-in
    Tuesday to Saturday

    11:30am - last order 1:40pm (close 2pm)
    (No lunch on Thursday)

    5pm - 10pm

    Closed: Sunday and Monday
    *CLOSED: 1/2-1/11 (Due to Toyosu Fish Market is closed) 1/12 Lunch closed, but dinner will be open.

    Make Reservations

    We are honored to be awarded to Michelin star in 2021, 2022, 2023. At the same time, We apologize that regular supported cusomers are facing difficulty to make reservations. We are working hard to serve more customers as best as we can. Thank you for your support and understanding. Takeaki Tadokoro

  • Location

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    2244 San Diego Ave, San Diego, CA 92110
    Phone: (619) 297-0298

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    About Sushi Tadokoro

    Preparing the best of Traditional Japanese (Edo-mae) Style sushi using home made ingredients and recipes. Everything is prepared using the best of local and seasonal ingredients from around the world. Behind every meal is hours of careful preparation using skills and techniques acquired over the years. Make reservation to Sushi Bar and experience the taste of what traditional style Japanese sushi is all about. We are located in a small place at San Diego Old Town, so only limited seats are available. Highly recommend making reservations.

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    Michelin One Star in 2023
    Michelin One Star in 2022
    Michelin One Star in 2021
    Michelin Plate in 2020

    Located off the beaten path, this mini counter has been a mighty hit since throwing open its doors. Inside, servers move about with quiet efficiency as soft jazz plays in the background. Guests are in good hands here, as Chef/owner Tadakoro and young chef, Tatsuro Tsuchiya take great pleasure in providing a delightful dining experience.
    Attention to detail is a hallmark, as seen in homemade sauces, prime ingredients, and the fish of the day resting in a wood box. Omakase is the way to go, especially if it includes meaty oysters from British Columbia or succulent scallops from Hokkaido. A mix of sea urchin from California and Hokkaido topped with ikura eggs hits all the right notes; just as golden eye snapper with a thin veil of kombu is an umami thrill.
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