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Reccomendations for Omakase at Shibuya


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I will be in Tokyo in December and have planned for one night to break away from the holiday group for a special meal alone? Why alone? The others in my group are not really foodies are not keen to spend too much money on dinner.

Anyhoo, I am looking for recommendations for a place around Shibuya that would preferably be friendly to a single non-Japanese speaking customer. It should do Omakase on a budget of say 10,000 yen. I greatly appreciate any recommendations. Thanks.

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I'm not sure where you are coming form, but perhaps you can take advantage of jetlag to enjoy omakaze at one of the fishmarket places. I had heavenly omakaze at 5 am at sushi dai for nothing much--40 bucks?

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Any type of food? "Omakase" is not exclusive to a particular type of food or style of cuisine. If you're familiar enough with the staff, you could go into an Italian restaurant and say "omakase" (I sometimes do that at my favourite local Italian place).

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