So onto some good news... Omakase has opened up the Narikura Asagaya calendar to everyone now. The restaurant itself kept seats private to only select customers, during their soft opening. Now that both locations are open, I guess they're more at ease with the demand. I already see a few slots for this week. Funny... Now that it's easy to get seats, I don't want it as badly (:D) Think I'll go back to the Takadanobaba one next time, and line up. That was pretty fun.
Thanks Saito san for the reply. I have currently booked Chisou Nakamura due to a higher average tabelog review score, have you heard of it?
Yes, really excited to try the sushi and izakaya in Fukuoka. Managed to score a seating at kikuzushi, and according to the concierge, there are still openings at sushi karashima and osamu. Thank you for the helpful suggestions in the article.
As a foreigner who speaks little to no Japanese, who had recently dine in Karashima, Kiku and Sakai, I would much preferred the later 2 for the overall experience. Seguchi-san and Sakai-san try their best to make sure you are not out of place, sometimes even getting extra attention to make sure you like every pieces.
The quality is definitely there in Karashima, and I have no doubt he will be a great sushi chef, but I second to every unfortunate event the gentlemen above has mentioned.
Is it not possible to stay 1 night at least? I once went to Kanazawa for a few days, in the middle of a Tokyo trip, and my Tokyo hotel waived the rooms in the middle for me.
Would be sad to go all the way up there, and not see Higashiyama, Nagamachi, and other parts of town.