Tokyo, Japan

Renowned as one of the hardest sushi restaurants to book in all of Tokyo, visitors should enlist their hotel concierge to get a seat at Sugita. It's well worth it. This is one of the best places in the world to see – and taste – the artistry of the sushi chef in all its glory. Chef/owner Takaaki Sugita prepares the freshest nigiri served one by one from behind the counter, with highlights to watch out for including sardine and chive maki roll, seared golden eye snapper nigiri and monkfish liver and salmon roe served with sake. Sushi at its very best.

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1 Chome−33−6 Nihonbashikakigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo 103-0014