shibucho on alameda
anyone know how the sushi bar that replaced it is? is the new sushi bar a serious, omakase type place that serves exotic sushi and sashimi. Is the new place worth a try. and how are the prices as far as sushi bars are concerned? thanks in advance.
Shibuya sold Shibucho to Kawasaki, who renamed the restaurant Tsukasa Sushi. It is a serious, high-quality place for traditional sushi and sashimi, serving primarily a Japanese clientele. The prices are similar to other first-rank sushi restaurants in Los Angeles, i.e. expensive. It's definitely worth a try.
For more detailed information, use the link below for a previously posted discussion of Tsukasa.