It's name means "Sky" in Japanese, which is only fitting considering the lofty perch of the new Sora restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo. Located on the 38th floor, the hotel's beautiful new sushi restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows- the better for capturing the dramatic views of the city skyline. Designer Ryu Kosaka imagined an elegant and serene space with granite floors and Japanese Kaware tile walls. The eight-seat counter made from a 350 year-old Japanese cypress is the "stage" for Chef Imaizumi, "a master of Tokyo’s authentic Edo-mae sushi cuisine" and a real fish lover often found scouting the freshest products in the city's famous fish markets.
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