In a small private courtyard, there is only one sushi master, so the reception is good every day, and the sushi is quite exquisite, because you can see the master making, which is entirely crafts.
A Michelin restaurant, I don’t really understand whether this is kaiseki cuisine, but the outlet of this restaurant is really exquisite. Friends are reluctant to eat after taking pictures. It is indeed delicious, five-star recommendation, low price expensive.
We chose this restaurant after reading the Michelin Guide. The location of this shop is not easy to find, it is a relatively deserted street in Kitano, Kobe. The decoration of the store is very simple, not a luxurious route, it is very fresh. The food is even more nonsense. Since it is a Michelin restaurant, the taste is absolutely guaranteed. There is no need to worry about this.
Once you have been to this store, you will want to come to it for the second time and for the third time. The food will not disappoint you every time you come to it. If you want to eat sushi, then this shop is right. There are various kinds of sushi on the revolving link, so you can pick whatever you want. The per capita consumption is about 15,000 yen to 16,000 yen. If you add drinks and beverages, it will be slightly more expensive.
First of all, I was very surprised by the tableware used in this sushi restaurant. Normal sushi restaurants use some glass cups and saucers, but their sushi is placed in a wooden vessel, which is very special. Although I don't know much about various fishes, I can clearly distinguish the difference between various ingredients by tasting, because the sushi made completely retains the unique taste of the ingredients.