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Chef Masa is one of a kind . We have been coming back here almost every year and each time the omakase menu is different and never cease to delight . Price thought a bit on the high side is nothing off from the pricing...More
Sushisho Masa was our first upscale sushi experience in Tokyo. It is located in the basement of a nondescript building. We actually missed it at first and had to look for pictures online to find what the door to the building looked like. If you...More
Down a few flights of stair is this hidden 7 seats omakase sushi restaurant. There is no English name on the restaurant directory so make sure you have the Japanese name handy to find the place.
Greeted warmly by the great chef, Masa San and...More
This was likely the most epic dining experience in our lives, and we’ve been fortunate enough to dine at a number of Michelin restaurants globally! There are only 7 seats in this nondescript restaurant, and it was a nearly 4 hour experience we won’t forget!...More
Sushisho masa was my choice of omakase for my short trip to Tokyo - I wanted to eat everything and it wasn't possible so this was my only sushi bar pick.
Some info: The place is small, about 7-8 seats?? Underground shop and Google map...More
I went here with my husband for dinner on our honeymoon. We had an fantastic night there. It was the bust sushi I had ever and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to be try several varieties of exceptional sushi. I cannot wait...More
Sushisho Masa was one of the places on my last Japan trip that I was looking forward to. I had my CC concierge make the reservation and was very excited to get a reservation for my wife and I at 6:00 PM on a Sunday....More
My husband and I are sushi connoisseurs and most definitely this was the best sushi we have had. Everything was so fresh and served perfectly. Each piece was explained not only from its source but also ow to eat it. We were there for over...More
We were fortunate enough to get a reservation here not too long ago, and this was by far the best dining experience we’ve ever had. Words cannot adequately explain how amazing our meal was. When you spend that much money you really don’t want your...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
It obviously depends on the interest level and maturity of the child, but given the time, limited space (there's only 7 seats total in a relatively small room), and the cost to you to include the child, it might not work... More
It obviously depends on the interest level and maturity of the child, but given the time, limited space (there's only 7 seats total in a relatively small room), and the cost to you to include the child, it might not work out. Unless the child has a love of fine sushi, and is definitely OK with sitting and enjoying a 2.5 hour meal, it's probably not worth the effort or money to include her. I know I probably would have been bored out of my mind there at her age, lol.