Probably most people who make their way to this restaurant have seen the movie "Jiro Dreams of Sushi," and after sitting through the movie you are wondering, "How good could this sushi really be?"
It's that good.
I have had a lot of sushi in my life, but nothing like this. You should see the movie first (buying the DVD is a fraction of a price of a meal here, so go ahead and watch the movie first), and then give this a try. I read there are other Tokyo places known among locals for having better sushi, or having lower prices, but if you want to complete the experience of seeing the movie and knowing what a sushi master can do, then this is worth it.
I did not even try to visit the father's place (this is the son's "new" restaurant) because I didn't have time to arrange reservations in advance. I just wandered in on a Sunday night and they had a place of me (I was alone).
Amazing food, one of the most memorable meals of my life. (and one of the most expensive, too).
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