Harutaka is a very good sushiya in general, I liked the texture of the shari and also the slight kick of saltiness the blended in very well with the vinegary rice.
My favorite sushi was the abalone as it was flavourful.
To me, this piece is second to Sukiyabashi Jiro’s abalone piece where Jiro’s abalone is slightly more tender. The katsuo otsumami, the otoro sushi and tamago were the other highlighted pieces for me.
I do think it was a very enjoyable meal, I preferred the sushi more than the otsumami but I have to say that their otsumami is outstanding compared to many sushiya.
Address: 8-5-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan (東京都中央区銀座8-5-8 かわばたビル３F)
Price: Dinner Course ￥30,000
Visited on: 30 June 2015