This is not a casual omakase. The price point is high, the restaurant is on the Michelin list, and the food is spectacular.
There are 2 reservation times of 6 or 9pm, which is common amongst the more expensive omakase in the city ($400+ per person).
With a 12 seat sushi counter in the former Ichimura Brushstroke location, Chef Shion expertly prepares food. The setting feels more formal than the experience.
The bluefin toro kama sushi was close to perfection. If you are willing to splurge and love sushi, this is a place to try.