Indulge in an Exclusive Sushi Experience in Waikiki

With legendary sushi master Keiji Nakazawa at its helm, Sushi Sho brings its debut restaurant location outside of Japan to The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach. Respected for his mastery of the techniques of the ancient Edo sushi masters, Nakazawa pairs varying temperatures of rice seasoning to more than 40 different types of fresh fish to maximize flavor. With only 10 seats, the Honolulu restaurant offers an exclusive experience featuring an omakase-style dinner with each course selected by the chef.

(808) 729-9717 | Japanese | Over 70 USD | Fine
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The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach

Escape to Waikiki’s newest luxury resort that combines the amenities of a hotel with the conveniences of a home. With the largest number of hotel luxury suites on the island along with the two highest infinity pools in Waikiki, the resort invites you to discover a new distinctive travel experience in one of the most vibrant destinations in the world.
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Kai Market

Inspired by the "food fair" of plantation tables of Hawaii over 100 years ago that brought on an influx of ethnic cuisine to the islands.
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d.k Steak House

Treat yourself to a true American steakhouse, serving Waikiki’s only on-premise dry aged beef, as well as locally sourced fare.
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Royal Luau

Celebrate the spirit of "Aloha" with authentic Hawaiian entertainment from Rohotu Polynesian Dance Company as well as an exquisite menu of island delectables by world-famous chef, Sam Choy.

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