Recommended restaurant near Hiroo station this time is Sushi Shin.
Sushi Shin｜Feature Reference
|Hours|| Wednesday & Friday; Sunday Lunch:|
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM (L.O.12:30 PM)
Dinner: 18:00 – 23:00(L.O.21:30)
|Budget||Lunch ¥10,000～ up|
|Address||4-18-20 Nishiazabu, Minato-ku | 1F Nishiazabu Co-House, Minato 106-0031, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Card||Credit Cards Accepted|
Access from the Station
The location is a bit off because you need to spend at least 15 minutes of walking before you can reach the place coming from Hibiya Line – Hiroo Station. On the other hand, coming from Roppongi station needs an 18-minute walk.
How to Book
The restaurant is open for advanced reservations, or you can directly call them to confirm the seat availability.
What can be more appealing than seeing these beautiful part of nature being exhibited in front of the restaurant. Not only the wooden door or window that made the place looking so cool but also it’s neatness and overall simplicity that has made an impression to most!
Obviously, long queue has never been an issue since the restaurant recommends seat reservations in advance.
As simple as its facade, the dining area appears to be simply elegant with a minimalist set up. The light and smooth wooden accent made the place even more comfortable while enjoying the meal.
There are about 8 counter seats, 2 table seats, and 4 seats provided for semi private room, that makes it a total of 16 seat accommodation at a time.
The place is highly recommended when eating alone, with a co-worker, a friend, or family, and even for dating.
The recommended menu by the chef is something to look forward to. The master chef uses Edomae techniques and the ingredients are mostly salted, vinegared or seared.
No doubt the restaurant’s omakase course has garnered local and international fans because of its unique taste and preparation.
There is a 10% service charge applied (at night).
It is highly recommended to book in advance. Booking can be done from 5:00 PM until 12:00 midnight.
Take-out is available.
Course over ¥10,000
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“There’s a sushi bubble in Tokyo” said the Japanese lady next to me at Tomidokoro #冨所 – a new sushi spot in Shimbashi where the chef came out from 1* Sushi Shin in Nishiazabu. While it’s true that sushi has gotten more expensive in Tokyo, the price is quite reasonable here (esp for lunch). It’s certainly good value for money considering the number of pieces and the size of the nigiri, but while the shari was strong in flavor, the neta were not. Flavors were on the bland side and may have to do with the fact that the chef doesn’t add any salt or acidity on the neta (and possibly also quality and preparation). Same problem with the tsumami so hopefully the flavors will be adjusted in due time. • Tomidokoro Tokyo, Japan #supermelJapan #supermelTokyo