It’s a risky move for a brand new Japanese fine dining establishment to offer diners a singular chef’s omakase set menu that costs a whoppin’ $380. But our confidence for Shoukouwa is bolstered by its ties to Ernie Singer of Hong Kong’s Sushi Shikon and the Emmanuel Stroobant restaurant group. Shoukouwa promises to treat diners to an intimate sushi counter experience in its tiny eight-seat confines. The focal point of the omakase menu is, without a doubt, the selection of assorted sashimi and nigiri sushi dishes that owe its incredible freshness to daily deliveries from Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji Market. The sushi offerings are spaced out with chef’s signatures like steamed abalone, soy sauce marinated tuna, and sea eel. But don’t get too familiar with the menu offerings; Shoukouwa’s omakase menu is reflective of seasonal ingredients and availability of seafood, so expect it to change frequently.