Diners here will need a dose of luck—there are only seven counter seats and reservations fill up fast.
Another thing you'll need: a full wallet. High-end sushi comes at a pretty price. But for the few that manage to cross those two hurdles, Sushiso Masa offers a sublime experience. The interior is unpretentious, putting the focus squarely on the gorgeous presentations for each course. But what really sets this apart from other upscale sushi spots is the extreme quality of the cuts of fish, and the garnishes that use incredibly rare ingredients, such as zha cai (pickled stem of the mustard plant).
B1F Seven Nishi-Azabu Bldg., 4–1–15 Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo, Kanagawa-ken, 106-0031, Japan