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NYC's Master Sushi Chef Anthony Inn Takes Over Hiyakawa With His Edomae Style Omakase Experience This Week

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Satsuki NYC may be closed, but fans of master sushi chef Anthony Inn will be excited to learn he's bringing his talents to Miami — if only for a short time.

A protégé of pioneering chef Oyakato Toshio Suzuki, a retired master chef who has been setting and defining trends in Japanese cuisine in New York City for more than 40 year, Inn is best known as chef/partner of New York City's renowned Satsuki restaurant. Although the establishment is currently closed due to the pandemic, Inn promises it will return — most likely with a new location — to resume his execution of traditional Edomae-style sushi to purists and enthusiasts alike.

For five nights — Wednesday June 23 through Sunday, June 27 — Inn will join Hiyakawa chef Masayuki Komatsu behind the omakase bar. Serving only twelve diners each night, the experience is designed to be unforgettable.

"We are honored to have chef Inn at Hiyakawa to create a space for our guests to experience his unique talents and artistry,” says Miranda, who’s culinary predilections are informed by 15 years in Tokyo and having opened more than 70 restaurants over the course of his storied career. "I created Hiyakawa to serve as a canvas of sorts for the talented chefs and beverage professionals I am lucky enough to work with. I am thrilled to have Anthony among them.”

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The opening of Hiyakawa in the fall of 2020 ushered a new era of Japanese cuisine in Miami. The architecturally stunning restaurant is one of the most sophisticated dining experiences in the Magic City, owned and operated by art dealer-turned-restaurateur Alvaro Perez Miranda (also owner/operator of Wabi Sabi). A temple of haute cuisine, it's one of the best places to experience and savor Japan’s culinary excellence and rich cultural traditions, including the transportive experience that is omakase.

Inn’s omakase menu will be priced at $240 per person in consideration of any small dietary adjustments that need be made. The set menu does not include beverage and gratuity. In addititon to the omakase, Inn will also feature a handful of exclusive items on Hiyakawa’s a la carte menu. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (305) 333-2417 or online at exploretock.com/hiyakawa.

Hiyakawa. 2700 North Miami Ave., Wynwood; @hiyakawamiami.

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