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Sushi Sho only serves 20 people for lunch. This is 20 reservation/walk in per day.
I did not know this. I showed up and was lucky they had 2 more seats left.
The food was amazing. Top quality and fresh. I would come again.
I was really impressed by its quality. This restaurant starts only at 6 and 9 PM. All seats were occupied, you have to make a reservation beforehand. Everything was excellent. All staffs are friendly and courteous.
Sushi Sho had 2 sushi bar areas. I've had dinner at both. Once with Chef Nakazawa preparing the sushi and another in the smaller bar area that sits 5 - its more cozy and relaxed. There is another Chef that works with Chef Nakazawa at...More
It was the first time that I was having chirashi, so I don't have anything to compare it with. But the bowl of rice and sea goodies was delicious. I went there with a Japanese friend who hadn't been there herself. In her experience their...More
Went there for the 2k lunch. Good but nothing outstanding from service to food. Taste is mild from raw fish, rice to soup. Like Kansai style. Tea is piping hot and taste is very mild too which is no good. They make reservation in 30...More
I must say it was a bit of a surprise to me when my husband said we were going to have Chirashi for lunch and it was going to be at 11:30am and we should not be late.....Apparently it is really difficult to make reservations...More
Chef Nakazawa has departed (to USA) but the food continues to impress. One of the toughest reservations in the city and very Japanese (apparently they turned down the Michelin Stars). Fish as fresh as Jiro or any others. Reminder that Lunchtime is purely Sushibowl. Pricing...More
had lunch there. I would call their chirashi fine & delicate, an upmarket bowl of rice & raw seafood with wonderful layers of egg, balanced nicely.
their soup had clams and a special kind of seaweed, which tasted like the sea in a beautiful way....More
Who would say no to Michelin ? I thought it would be one of a very good achievements to indicate how well a restaurant perform, in fact, there were a few chefs that said NO to michelin, one of them, was CHEF KEIJI NAKAZAWA. Since...More
Not that easy to find but absolutely worth the effort. Had dinner here and were only tourists which added to the authentic feel.
I must admit each course/dish seemed to be better than the one before and the aged tuna was simply fantastic.
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.