We were lucky to get a couple of seats in such short notice here. This is the Roppongi branch, which I am thinking is catered more towards foreigners, since the Ginza branch (the chef's father) seems not to accept non Japanese from what I understand. This is a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, compared to the Ginza branch which is a 3 star.
The place is easy to find. It is in Roppongi Hills shopping area, but there is no English signs so make sure to read the maps around the shopping area.
The food itself was excellent. Definitely among the best sushi I have ever had, and the chef is very friendly as well as his staff. Feel free to take pictures at the restaurant and the chef will happily take a picture with you on your way out. We went for lunch, and everything was great but when I went to Sushi Mizutani a couple of days later I realized how a meal can go from a very good meal to a once in a lifetime meal! So you will get a very good meal here, but not as memorable. Also surprisingly it was more expensive than Mizutani (which is a 3 star).