Not surprisingly called S’Apposentu, the small atmospheric restaurant located in the former Tsukiji fish market district pays tribute to the venue where the chef-owner found his great inspiration: traditional and innovative Sardinian cuisine by chef Roberto Petza, with whom Akihiro Kimura refined his Italian culinary training in the early 2000s. The Sardinian cuisine employs simple ingredients in traditional recipes, but the result are elegant and minimalist dishes. Tasting menu only, composed of different appetizers, starters and main courses that vary according to season. The mix of authenticity enriched by Asian influences is quite striking. The wine list ranges from northern to southern Italy with a good presence of Cannonau and Vermentino island references.