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I still regret having missed the legendary Shinjiro Takaya as he died a few months before I came for the first time to this sushiya. When I came here first, the place was struggling but over the last two years found its footing and is constantly improving.
Of course they still serve you the famous dishes of the master, like the steamed nodoguro nigiri (Steamed Blackthroat Perch) . The hospitality is wonderful and makes this place a very relaxed and enjoyable experience.
Taheizushi was founded in 1972 by Master Shinjiro Takaya. Unfortunately he passed away earlier this year, so I missed eating his unique style of Sushi.
His successors produce a satisfying meal but seemed to still find their footing without the legendary master. It might have been also the time of the year (August) during which the fish and seafood is less delicious than during the winter season.