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This was our second night in Tokyo and the first of three sushi dinners. I wanted to begin this part of the trip with a "straightforward" but good sushi place. And indeed, it offered contrast when compared to the other two bigger, more refined (and also more expensive) meals at Sawada and Yoshitake.
We were extremely tired so it ended up being a short dinner (by Ginza sushi standards at least), and extremely frustrating. It was better than I expected, and wanted to have more, but I physically could not. Also my attention was probably not the best so some subtleties have probably been lost on me. This was the price to pay so that I could admire Shinjuku buildings while the sun rose...

Fish was unquestionably good by Japanese standards (understand: there is better in Japan if you're willing to pay the price, but you won't find anything approaching this in Europe) and rice excellent. There was a no-nonsense feel to this place which I also liked. Somehow I believe the tabelog rating doesn't do justice to this place. Oh and it's almost impossible to find, even with Google maps.
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