Half art gallery, half omakase sushi restaurant, 3110NZ is the ingenious collaboration between Shibuya art gallery Nanzuka Underground and renowned sushi institution Sushi Saito. The space operates as a free art gallery during the day, and in the evening, it serves omakase sushi dinners with just eight counter seats.
Exhibitions here change every four to six weeks. Aside from that, you’ll also find little nuggets of art all over the space. For one, the venue's sleek logo was created by renowned Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama, while the entire space was designed by Snarkitecture, the architecture firm co-founded by American artist Daniel Arsham.