Sushi Shin by Miyakawa is now open at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. Located on the hotel’s 38th floor, the Edomae-style sushi restaurant is the first launched in the Japanese capital by Hokkaido’s three-Michelin-starred Chef Miyakawa. The new restaurant is set to complement the hotel’s existing excellent culinary offerings, which include Michelin-starred dining at Signature, Sense and Tapas Molecular Bar.
Diners at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s Sushi Shin by Miyakawa is in for a visual treat, as well as a world-class gastronomic experience. In addition to enjoying stunning views of the Tokyo skyline and seeing close-up the restaurant’s artisan-made furnishings commissioned by Chef Miyakawa himself, they can observe and interact with the restaurant’s master chefs crafting sushi dishes on the other side of a 350-year-old Hinoki cypress counter.
Each Sushi Shin by Miyakawa chef is trained by Chef Miyakawa to select and transform ingredients, sourced daily from Hokkaido and Tokyo’s Toyosu market, into delectable, seasonal sushi creations, such as seared pink sea bream served with wasabi and a pinch of salt, or sweet, bright orange sea urchin served over rice with a seaweed garnish. Ingredients are perfectly balanced to highlight subtle flavours and maximise umami(savoury taste).
Setting the scene for guests when they arrive at Sushi Shin by Miyakawa will be a wooden Edo Komon screen crafted by Nobuo Tanihata, a master of the 1,300-year-old Kumiko-style woodworking technique. The wall behind the counter is a mesmerising creation by Syuhei Hasado, Japan’s most renowned tsuchikabe (mud wall) designer.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is well-known for culinary excellence. Out of the Group’s current portfolio of 32 hotels, almost half offer guests Michelin starred dining, with a total of 23 Michelin stars.
For priority reservations and a truly immersive cultural experience, guests can book Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s Nihonbashi Package, which includes luxurious accommodation, breakfast for two and the choice of cultural experiences in the historic Nihonbashi district.
All reservations are subject to availability. For further information, visit https://www.mandarinoriental.com/tokyo.