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Hakkoku

  • English speaking staff

Passion for red vinegared expressed in 30 pieces of Nigiri Sushi

In February 2018, “Hakkoku” was born in a corner of Ginza, Tokyo where many famous restaurants stand side by side. The owner-chef Hiroyuki Sato is a sushi chef who became instantly famous when he earned the Ginza restaurant “Sushi Tokami” Michelin 1-star within a mere six months of being appointed as its master chef. “Hakkoku” means “white and black,” which appears to be a reference to Mr. Sato’s dignified lifestyle.

The chef Mr. Sato began training as a sushi chef at the age of 25 and has pioneered a new and unprecedented world of sushi with his flexible ideas and hospitality. Take the red vinegared sushi rice, for example, that can be said to be synonymous with Sato’s name. This was produced in order to provide a powerful vinegared rice that could hold its own when combined with the tuna of Tsukiji intermediate wholesaler Yamayuki, which is famous for being the best of the best. Also, instead of serving courses that weave together Tsumami (appetizers) with pieces of sushi, which is a common way to serve sushi these days, he consistently maintains the original manner of an Edomae (Tokyo-style) sushi restaurant by deliberately serving sushi pieces alone. The chef’s recommended course begins as you are handed a hand-rolled sushi that rolls “tossaki,” a rare tuna part (at the base of the tuna’s head), together with vinegared rice in premium quality Nori seaweed from Ariake, arranged in 30 pieces of sushi that packs the delicious flavor of seasonal fish. By the time the course concludes with a rolled egg that has a caramelized surface and is sometimes likened to crème brûlée, guests are thoroughly enchanted by Sato’s world of sushi.

The refined and sophisticated restaurant interior has 3 private rooms available, each of which are equipped with 6 counter seats. Partly as a means to train younger staff, the restaurant employs a unique style where Sato and two younger chefs each service one of the counters and provide hospitality to the customers sitting right in front of them. Being able to witness the story of young sushi chefs growing day by day together with Sato’s experienced technique can be said to be one of the pleasures to be had only at "Hakkoku."
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【Access】
■A 3-minute walk from Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza and Hibiya Line)

Courses

Dinner

Omakase (Chef's Selection) Course by Sous chef

34,155 JPY / Guest

  • Omakase Course

  • ▼Course Details
    about 30 pieces of Nigiri Sushi

    ※ Tax, service charge to the restaurant and reservation fee to Pocket Concierge included.
    ※ No extra charges will occur if there is no additional order.

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Recommendations (5)

  • Age: 40'sDate of visit: 8/2018Number of visits: 2Purpose: Date
    お寿司が美味しいのは勿論ですが、齊藤さんのお人柄が大変温かく、毎回楽しく過ごさせていたたいてます。誰を連れて行っても喜ばれるので、またお邪魔させていたたきます。
  • Age: 50'sDate of visit: 8/2018Number of visits: 1Purpose: With family
    出される物全て美味しく頂きました。あっという間に時間が過ぎてゆきました。
  • Age: 40'sDate of visit: 7/2018Number of visits: 1Purpose: With friend
    お寿司もとても美味しく、また、大将との会話もとても楽しかったです。 とても素敵な時間を過ごさせていただきました。 またお邪魔出来れば、と思います。
  • Age: 50'sDate of visit: 6/2018Number of visits: 1Purpose: Date
    楽しく、美味しいひとときを過ごせました。
  • Age: 20'sDate of visit: 6/2018Number of visits: 1Purpose: With friend
    全てが美味しかったです。純粋ににぎりを楽しむ人にはたまらないお店でした。また再訪したいと思います。
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Information

Name [Japanese name]
Hakkoku [はっこく]
Cuisine Type
Sushi
Opening hours
Lunch:11:30~14:30 (CLOSE) Dinner:17:00~22:00 (Last Entry)
Holidays
Sunday , Public holiday
Access
Rapet Building3F, 6丁目7-6, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Closest Stations

A 3-minute walk from Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza and Hibiya Line)

Link
https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1301/A130101/13217157/