2024 Michelin Tokyo Sushi Restaurant : Hiroo Ishizaka (1 star)

updated: June 03th, 2024

Enjoy delicious sushi made by the head chef at Hiroo Ishizaka, located in Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Recognized in the Michelin Guide, this hidden gem offers a comfortable atmosphere and exquisite dishes featuring high-quality ingredients. Visit today and savor their unique creations.

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    "Hiroo Ishizaka" is a shop located in Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.
     It is about a 5-minute walk from Hiroo Station on the Hibiya Line.
     The shop is on the second floor and there is no elevator, so you will need to use the stairs.
     It has 8 seats and features a straight counter.
    At this shop, you can enjoy delicious sushi made by the head chef who worked at "Nishi-Azabu Taku".
     The sincere attitude and comfortable atmosphere are highly acclaimed.
     It has also been featured in the 2024 Michelin Guide, recognizing its excellent taste.
    The menu includes special dishes such as lightly vinegared sushi rice with a soft and fatty texture and unique creations that cannot be found elsewhere.
     The course menu consists of 6 appetizers and 13 sushi pieces for ¥25,000.
    Access to "Hiroo Ishizaka" is convenient and it is generally open without regular closing days.
     Even on days with reservations, it is open regardless of the day of the week, allowing you to visit on Sundays as well.
    The chefs at this shop have a commitment to quality ingredients and cook with great care.
     Their skills particularly shine in dishes featuring amberjack, Kanazawa yellowtail, and botan shrimp.
     Their small plates, such as karasumi mochi and daikon, are also exquisite.
    While "Hiroo Ishizaka" may still be relatively unknown, it is easy to make a reservation and offers a hidden gem-like atmosphere.
     We highly recommend visiting this place.


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