An Japanese Restaurant
Japan Center East Mall, Upper Level
22 Peace Plaza #510
San Francisco, CA 94115
Closed: Dec 5 - 14 2017
An [庵] is a place where you can just come in and feel relaxed while you enjoy having great gourmet food and chatting with a chef. In Japanese, An [庵] means a modest cottage where in old times monks and artists rest and spend a peaceful time being isolated from the rest of the world, and that’s exactly how we treat our guests. We provide comfort with great selections of seasonal food both locally in San Francisco and trending at Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market as well as imported Sake to match with the food. With our hospitality and pride, you will feel like you are in a cozy small sushi place somewhere in old downtown Tokyo that makes you right at home no matter where you come from.
Reservation & Dining Tips
Due to our space limitation, we urge you to arrive on time for your reservation. We are able to hold your table for up to 15 minutes. However, if you know that you are going to be late, please give us a call in advance so that we can try our best to accommodate you.
Parking is available at Japan Center Garages. Parking validation is not provided at the restaurant.
Visa, Master and American Express are accepted. We are not able to accept checks and traveler’s checks as payments.
Our dinner starts from $30 per person.
While we would like our customers to enjoy their times with us to the fullest, we kindly ask you to open up your table for next customers and limit your stay at 2 hours maximum during the peak hours. Thank you for your cooperation.
Due to the nature of Edomae Sushi style, we do not carry rolls such as California Roll, Spider Roll, etc. Our focus is on quality, and we give our customers the highest satisfaction by being bold and true to what Sushi is.
Due to the high volume of calls, we may not be able to answer your call during our business hours. Please try calling during our off-business hours and leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Thursday, November 26th, 2015
Friday, December 25th, 2015
From Fri Jan 1st to Tue Jan 5th 2016