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1-1-1 Yurakucho, Nippon Life Insurance Co. Building (Nissay), B1F, Tokyo, , Japan

Roughly translated, tsugihagi means something akin to "patchwork" in English, and that's the apporach this contemporary izakaya takes in everything from its atmosphere to its menu. With decorative wooden panels repurposed from a 200-year-old Balinese home, a traditional sushi counter, a grill counter, and more intimate "themed" dining areas, Shunju Tsugihagi Hibiya straddles the boundary between traditional and urbane sensibilities. The menu includes everything from sushi and sashimi to grilled steak or lobster and a chef's tasting menu. 

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Shunju Tsugihagi Hibiya

Roughly translated, tsugihagi means something akin to "patchwork" in English, and that's the apporach this contemporary izakaya takes in everything from its atmosphere to its menu. With decorative wooden panels repurposed from a 200-year-old Balinese home, a traditional sushi counter, a grill counter, and more intimate "themed" dining areas, Shunju Tsugihagi Hibiya straddles the boundary between traditional and urbane sensibilities. The menu includes everything from sushi and sashimi to grilled steak or lobster and a chef's tasting menu.