Sashimi for six, just six
On our last night in Japan we were taken to Kojyo, the celebrated Tokyo restaurant where reservations are incredibly difficult to come by, apparently. It's basically a top-quality sushi bar that, despite having at least six staff, serves just six people at a single, simple wooden counter. There are also two tiny private rooms whose food is also prepared in this minimal kitchen so we saw some rather tantalising morsels disappearing from view. Opened just seven years ago (so an upstart by Japanese standards) by chef Toru Okuda, it is reputed to be the world's smallest Michelin three-star restaurant. Weren't we lucky?...
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