Located in Gion, this Michelin aged Edomae-style sushi restaurant uses natural Japanese ingredients.
Seafood from the Aomori prefecture and skills cultivated from New York and a long-established Edo-style sushi restaurant, that brings forth Japan’s appeal
Mature sushi made in an original way and Japanese sake suggested by the sommelier.
Having trained at fine establishment such as Kyubei and Sushisho, the young chef here prepares sushi that continues to amaze the sushi-lovers. Ginza is a hotspot of fine sushi restaurants and Arai outshines the rest.
Nishi-Azabu Sushi Restaurant That Impresses Customers With its Warm Heart of Hospitality
A Michelin 1-star sushi restaurant in Matsuyama, Ehime spares no effort in preparing excellent Edomae style sushi using only the finest ingredients.
Abundant vegetable dishes, stylish Edo-mae Sushi restaurant
Japan’s youngest Michelin 2-star restaurant. This sushi restaurant in Matsuyama, Ehime crafts its offerings with the spirit of “sushi is life”
An artistic sushi restaurant located in the back alley of Nakameguro
A straightforward approach to sushi, a hidden gem in Higashi-Azabu where guests are welcomed by the highly experienced sushi master.
A "sushi theater" known for its ingredients that come with a story and dishes that stimulate the five senses.
Quintessential Edomae-sushi made with natural ,domestic Pacific bluefin tuna, flavorful red vinegar, and special rice
Traditional Edomae sushi made by Sado ingredients
Edomae-sushi pouring the heart into every dish served
A sushi place emphasis on the ingredient quality, following the styles of Edo-mae, succeeding the name from Michelin one star "Sushi Kanesaka"
Independent from “Sushisho” group, 3 kinds of rice delicated combining used in this Michelin 1-star restaurant
Michelin 1-star sushi restaurant by the treasures of Toyama Bay
A 2-star Sushi Restaurant, Where Taking Over The Tradition of Edomae in Kitakyushu