Fresh Seafood in Omotesando


Fresh Seafood in Omotesando

Pescaphiles unite. Mio Tsukushi has a menu, but you won’t need it because its showcase boasts a brilliant selection of seafood from which to choose. After you choose what to eat, ask the staff to prepare it the way you like it. Conger eel tempura fried or boiled. Shellfish in a hotpot or cooked with rice. The choice is yours to make. White tilefish and blunt slipper lobster are both frequently found in culinary delicacies that come in easy-to-eat pieces. Or, if sashimi is what tickles your palate, choose from more than ten types of seafood, including fatty tuna, fat greenling, or bigfin squid. All aged to bring out umami, then cut into thick slices for a tender and juicy sashimi experience. Seafood for the most discerning palate.

Words: Pen Editorial

Address: 2-10-6 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-6427-1205
Access: Omotesando
Opening hours: 5:30pm-12 midnight
Closed: Irregular
© Atsuko Toyama The showcase is almost overwhelming. It holds more than twenty varieties of seafood purchased from all over the country.
© Atsuko Toyama Have a cup of sake with some fresh white tilefish. From front: white tilefish steamed in sake.
© Atsuko Toyama While the atmosphere in the space is laid-back, the service is still courteous and friendly. There are also two private rooms.
© Atsuko Toyama After entering the shop and being served soup and an appetizer, the staff will show you the case displaying sushi items. It is a beautiful sight.


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