Expected to open in 2023.
The store is a reimagined transformation of an existing location.
Leaving rubble as it “smashed” into the ground.
You’ll have to travel 24 hours from Tokyo by ferry to see them.
Taking it back to the first Ginza opening in 1971.
COVID-19 is putting a strain on Japan’s sushi industry.
The service lost support from locals after a failed crowdfunding attempt.
Followed by Tokyo and New York.
Based on a number of metrics adjusted for COVID-19.