While Mitsunori Kusakabe's omakase at his eponymous restaurant focuses heavily on sushi, a few other dishes do come into play over the course of the meal. The Michelin-starred spot in the Financial District opened less than a year ago; its tasting menu, designed to reflect seasonality and harmony, comes in at $95 per person.
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Konbucha, or kelp tea (not pictured)
Zuke chutoro, lightly seared bluefin medium fatty tuna cured in soy sauce
Two kinds of seasonal sushi of the day
Chef's sashimi nestled in shaved ice with fresh washabi and yuzu onion sauce (not pictured)
"Kamo Dango" duck and asari clam miso soup with mitsuba leaf
Shigoku oyster with French daurenki caviar and four kinds of chef's assorted "le petite plates"
Tofu chawanmushi with fresh steamed Dungenness crab and nameko mushrooms
Assorted seasonal sushi of the day
Toro (bluefin fatty tuna) or Grade A5 Miyazaki Wagyu beef
Off-menu rolled egg over rice