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The legendary chef from Japan will cook sushi in New York, but for only five days


Alina Prikhodko

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Why sushi in New York so delicious? Because they are prepared by experienced Japanese chefs who skillfully transform high-quality ingredients into amazing nigiri, sashimi and mak-rolls. According to Time-out, one of the best chefs in Japan will visit the city in May.

From May 2 to May 6, legendary Japanese sushi chef Hidefumi Namba will come to the United States for the first time. This event will be a landmark for the new sushi bar Sendo, which opens this month at 876 Sixth Avenue. Namba will serve guests and share his professional secrets.

This establishment is planning a Shokunin Series - a permanent omakase pop-up, which will feature the world's best sushi chefs, including Mr. Namba. The rest of Sendo will be led by chef Kevin Ngo, an alumnus of Sushi Nakazawa and Sushi Ginza Onodera.

Namba is known for its intimate eight-seat Tokyo restaurant Sushi Namba Hibiya, which has won the prestigious Tabelog Gold Award five times, Japan's most respected culinary achievement. However, he will make his U.S. debut this fall with Ura in Miami. And New Yorkers will be able to experience this omakase during an exclusive five-day pop-up event in May.

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The cost of a 20+ course meal is $1,000. Reserve a table here. To ensure the quality of the food meets Namba's strict standards, ingredients are sourced directly from Toyosu Market. The ticket price includes service and a free tasting of IWA's new Assemblage 4 sake, “a rich yet weightless Junmai Daiginjo made from rice from Okayama, Hyogo and Toyama prefectures.”

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