The Editors | June 12, 2019 | Food & Drink
The lau lau at Sushi Sho is one of about 30 pieces that are served omakase-style at the restaurant.
A master of the techniques of the ancient Edo sushi style, chef Keiji Nakazawa pairs varying temperatures of rice seasoning to more than 40 different types of fresh fish. The Ritz-Carlton Residences Waikiki Beach, 383 Kalaimoku St., 729.9717
This world-famous and Michelin-starred Sapporo-style sushi resto is helmed by Takeshi Kawasaki. For $250 a person, diners can feast on his daily selects; it is omakase (chef's choice) only. 1731 Kalakaua Ave., Ste. B, Waikiki, 951.4445
In an effort to bring authentic world-class Ginza sushi to Hawai'i, sushi craftsmen who trained at the main Ginza location deliver authentic edomae-style sushi. Indulge in the $250 per person Kiwami dinner menu, which includes egg custard and five appetizers, followed by unforgettable sushi. 808 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki, 735.2375
Photography by: sushi sho at the ritz-carlton residences, waikiki beach