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Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Tokyo Gets a Three Michelin Star Restaurant

News Starting from tomorrow, guests and residents of the capital of Japan will have one more reason to visit Mandarin Oriental Hotel Tokyo as this is the day when Sushi Shin by Miyakawa will be officially open. This is going to be the first Edomae-style sushi restaurant in Tokyo that is launched by Chef Miyakawa, a famous chef from Hokkaido that owns three Michelin stars. The new restaurant will be located on the 38th floor of the building.

Mandarin Oriental hotel in Tokyo is famous for its fine cuisine, so Sushi Shin is an excellent addition to the dining options that are already present at the hotel. They include Michelin-starred Signature, Sense, and Tapas Molecular Bar. Dining at Sushi Shin by Miyakawa is not only a fabulous gastronomic experience but also an interesting visual treat. Here it is impossible to fail to mention breathtaking views of the Tokyo skyline that the restaurant offers. The design of Sushi Shin by Miyakawa is no less amazing – Chef Miyakawa himself commissioned furniture for the restaurant. Visitors can see how master chefs craft sushi dishes. There is also a counter that is made from a 350-year-old Hinoki cypress.

Chef Miyakawa is also very attentive in choosing staff for his new hotel. Each chef in Sushi Shin by Miyakawa is personally trained. All ingredients are delivered daily from Tokyo’s Toyosu market and Hokkaido to become true culinary masterpieces. Various kinds of seasoned sushi, sweet orange sea urchin with seaweed and rice garnish, pink sea brim with wasabi – all food in this restaurant is perfectly balanced to create the legendary umami (savory taste) while keeping the original flavor and texture of ingredients.

Upon entering the restaurant, guests will see an incredible piece of art – a wooden Edo Komon screen that was crafted by Nobuo Tanihata, one of the masters who work in the Kumiko-style woodworking technique, the age of which is more than 1,300 years. The counter mentioned above also has a wall with tsuchikabe (mud wall) decoration. This artwork was created by Syuhei Hasado, Japan’s most famous master of this style.

Fine cuisine has always been one of the advantages of Mandarin Oriental hotels. Currently, there are 32 hotels in the group’s portfolio, and almost half of them have at least one Michelin star. A total number of Michelin stars possessed by restaurants in Mandarin Oriental hotels is nothing but impressive – 22 stars.


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