Sushi Surrounded By Japanese Tradition

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FOOD: Sushi, surrounded by Japanese tradition

Tokyo is home to an exciting new concept restaurant. Suigian, which opened for business just last month, promises to delight the senses by serving some of the city’s best sushi whilst entertaining diners with traditional noh theatre – one of Japan’s oldest and most revered art forms. Brainchild of innovative artist Hidetomo Kimura, the space has been carefully designed with sunken tables surrounding the stage offering the perfect view, and secluded chashitzu tea rooms for private parties. With many Japanese people having never experienced traditional theatre arts, Hidetomo hopes that Suigian will reignite passions for home-grown tradition.

Suigian: B1F, 2-5-10 Muromachi Nihonbashi, Chuo, Tokyo

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