It’s true, anyone can sit down at the sushi counter and enjoy a sushi omakase meal, but if you’re paying a little extra to get access to top-quality sushi prepared by a highly-respected sushi chef, you will want to get the most out of the experience. A silent omakase meal with a procession of unnamed sushi pieces one after the other, without explanation or fanfare, is quite a dull affair. That’s where this Upscale Sushi Omakase Dining Experience differs from your typical restaurant experience.
With a professional interpreter by your side, you can ask the sushi chef about each cut of fish, learning about its origin and preparation method. You may be surprised to hear that sushi chefs are actually skilled conversationalists, and enjoy telling stories and chatting with their guests. This is the type of hospitality (known as “omotenashi” in Japanese) that you miss out on if you do not speak their language or go with someone who does.
Not only do we provide you with a professional interpreter, but you will also get the best seat in the house, the coveted position directly in front of the sushi chef, which is usually reserved for regulars. This will give you the perfect vantage point to watch the chef at work, as well as chat with him throughout the meal.
Pickup and drop off service (pickup at your hotel and drop off at a station nearby the restaurant)
Edo-style sushi omakase course with nigiri and makimono
A professional English and Japanese-speaking interpreter
Japanese green tea
Extra purchases such as food and beverages
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
We provide a pickup and drop off service. The sushi restaurant is located in Takadanobaba, and after the meal you will be escorted to the train station nearest to the sushi restaurant.
Reservations are for private parties of 2 to 7 people (note that there may be others present at the restaurant)
Guests age 15 and over are welcome to join
Please let us know if you have food allergies or if there are sushi toppings you do not like
Please bring extra cash for additional food, beverages, or other purchases