Sushi SEN-NIN: Japanese Culinary artistry at its finest



Our Master Chef Matsu brings the flavors of Japan to you at Sushi SEN-NIN. Using only the freshest ingredients, Matsu crafts dishes with artfully balanced flavors that transport your palate to the distant shores of Japan as fishermen haul in the day’s catch. Our spicy tuna carpaccio delivers crisp, creamy flavors with a touch of spice that evenly blends together in the tender texture of expertly shaped thin slices of maguro with our famous spicy sauce. Or if you prefer an avian alternative, sample traditionally prepared free range chicken, skewered and seasoned lightly to enhance the naturally succulent flavors of organic poultry. Experience it all at our sushi and yakitori bar.


AMBIENCE
Enhance your dining experience by having your meal in our traditional Japanese tatami rooms, complete with bamboo flooring and privacy screens for a more discrete and personal experience with your guests and your meal. Whether you choose to indulge your senses in thinly sliced tender Kobe beef and its delicate flavors or take a dive into the one-of-a-kind Chilean sea bass prepared with SEN-NIN spices that highlight its flavors with incomparable boldness and conviction, this in an experience you wouldn’t want to miss.


THE ART
Tairyo Bata 大漁旗
Few of our customer do not understand what is the giant flag-poster surrounding Sushi SENNIN?.
Literally translated as Large Catch Flags, were traditionally used by fishermen all over Japan. These large flags are unique to each fishing vessel they are displayed upon, and they usually have illustrations of large symbols of success like Koi, Cranes, Dragon and Japanese Kamisama (God), as well as different kinds of fish. These flags on display in our restaurant were hand crafted in the northern part of Japan, in the Fukushima prefecture. Each flag took approximately fiveteen days to complete.
This tradition no longer available, however, this flag becomes unique and valuable that makes Japanese people proud of.
Please enjoy the art of Japanese craftman that may vanished soon.


Furoshiki 風呂敷
Your menu cover is different than mine. Why?
It is another Japanese art. This one is still popular. Japanese wrapping clothes. It is drawing hand made. It was born around Nara age with meaning “bath spread”. Furoshiki user declined in the post war, however, it came back again recently as “fancy” Japanese wrap.


Tatami 畳
You may know what is this when you enter to Sushi SENNIN.
Yes. It is right. The Japanese traditional style room. It is made of rice straw to form the core with covering woven soft rush straw. It was born in Kamakura period (+ 1185) and it is extremely expensive room to make it.
Want to experience sitting there. Please ask your server for your future party.