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Japanese Culinary artistry at its finest

For almost 20 years, 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 our 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.


Enhance your experience by dining in our traditional Japanese tatami room, complete with bamboo flooring and privacy screens. Whether you choose to indulge your senses in our 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 is an experience you wouldn’t want to miss.


Tairyo Bata 大漁旗

Literally translated as Large Catch Flags,Tairyo Bata were once used by fishermen all over Japan. Used to identify and represent fishing vessels, these flags contained images of Japanese symbols relating to the theme of fishing and the ocean. Taking about fifteen days to make in a family owned fabrics business located in the Fukushima Prefecture, Our handcrafted SEN-NIN flags signify our strong dedication to presenting the freshest and purest form of sushi and sashimi .

Washi 和紙

First produced in Japan and made with fibers of bark, rice, wheat, or bamboo, Washi literally translate to "Japanese Paper" and the term is used to describe the traditional procedure of papermaking . Deemed a UNESCO Intangible cultural heritage object, Washi covers our menu as it is significant to the Japanese culture.

Tatami 畳

The Tatami is named after the flooring mat used in a traditional Japanese style room.