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Sushi Shinpaku in Hiroo | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Hiroo this time is Sushi Shinpaku.

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TripAdvisor Shinpaku (score:4)
Name鮨 心白
Hours8:00 PM – 12:00 MN
(last entry: 11 PM)
Budget¥20,000~ up
TEL+81-3-6721-7880
Address2-37-8 Ebisu | Grand Duo Hiroo 1F, Shibuya 150-0013, Tokyo Prefecture
HolidaySunday; Monday
AccessHiroo Station
Seats 8
SmokingNon-smoking
CardCredit Cards Accepted

Access from the Station

Shinpaku is 722 meters away from the nearest Hiroo Station (Metro Hibiya Line). You’ll spend approximately 10 to 12 minutes on foot to reach the place.

How to Book

Customers can book a week in advanced depending on the availability of the seats. Booking can be done online or over the phone.

Appearance

The very simple facade of Shinpaku makes it even more appealing. Plain light-colored wall, with a heavier accent of the entrance/exit door in darker shade.

The restaurant’s name is in Japanese writings so it’ll be challenging for foreigners to figure out unless one can read and understand the language.

Ambiance

The dining area is very limited and can only accommodate 8 people at a time. There are no extravagant deets or appealing accents inside, well, the black counter seats look so elegant to sit on.

It is very convenient when with a coworker, or dating. For private accommodation, contact the shop for your budget preference.

Recommended Menu

“Omakase Course”

Similar to other sushi restaurants in Japan, Shinpaku also offers the best tasting sushi plates according to the house chef’s recommendation for the entire duration of the meal which usually lasts about 3 to 4 hours.

Majority of the customers are satisfied for what they experience in this restaurant. The freshness of the sashimi(fish meat) is very evident in each meal and it is really mouth-watering!

Additional information

There is no private room facility in the restaurant.

Services offered:
Available Course (over ¥8,000)
Drinks: Japanese sake (Nihonshu)

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