Time Out says
Sushi Shin is the Tokyo outpost of master chef Masaaki Miyakawa's Sapporo-based restaurant Sushi Miyakawa, whose exquisite menu was awarded three Michelin stars. Diners at this new sushi spot can look forward to an omakase selection of finest seafood including slices of sea bream served with wasabi and salt, and other seasonal offerings such as aromatic uni (sea urchin) wrapped with nori (seaweed).
The interior design of the restaurant resembles Japanese filigree craftsmanship complete with wooden lattice work by famous craftsman Nobuo Tanihata, as well as a counter table made from 350-year-old Japanese cypress. To sample Miyakawa’s specialties, make sure to reserve in advance.
38F, 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku
|Transport:||Mitsukoshimae Station (Ginza, Hanzomon lines), Tokyo Station|
|Opening hours:||Dining hours from 12noon, 6pm & 8pm, closed Wed|