About The Araki

The Araki is a one-of-a-kind intimate dining experience offering sushi like you’ve never seen before. The only Japanese chef to have ever achieved 3 Michelin stars in both Tokyo and London, Chef Mitsuhiro Araki personally serves guests his world-renowned style of sushi which follows the origins of Edomae sushi, calling for the use of fresh locally-caught seafood.

Located in one of Hong Kong’s most beautiful heritage buildings, with only 12-counter seats, every guest at The Araki will have a chance to interact with one of the world’s greatest sushi masters and experience a new perspective on Japan’s most revered culinary tradition.

Join the team

If you would like to join the Araki team, please email us your CV to thearaki@fwdhouse1881.com

Operation Hours

Chinese New Year Holidays:
Close on 21st January - 1st February

Tuesday: 18:00, 20:30
Wednesday: 12:30^, 18:00
Thursday: 12:30^, 18:00
Friday: 12:30^, 18:00, 20:30
Saturday: 12:30^, 18:00, 20:30
Close on Sunday & Monday

^Chef Mitsuhiro Araki’s apprentice will be serving for the 12:30 seating, while Chef Araki will be serving for the remaining seatings.


10 seats
Guest must use the "LeaveHomeSafe" mobile application and present vaccination record / medical exemption QR code for scanning upon entry.

Dress Code

Smart Casual


Edomae Sushi Omakase


Phone: +852 3988 0000
WhatsApp: +852 5729 4188
Email: thearaki@fwdhouse1881.com

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Chef Mitsuhiro Araki

Born and raised in Kyushu, Mitsuhiro Araki grew up around food. In 2000, he opened his own restaurant in Setagaya and after another ten years, he moved his restaurant to Ginza where it immediately gained three Michelin stars within the same year. Shortly after, in 2013, Araki decided to set himself a new challenge and moved to London to start all over again. He quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with as he incorporated local English ingredients into his menu, and by 2016, was awarded his first Michelin star and The Araki was named by Tatler Magazine as the best Japanese restaurant in London in their restaurant guide, while the Harden’s Guide named it the best restaurant in the UK. By 2018, he had regained his three-star status.

Now, Hong Kong will finally have a chance to see what one of the world’s greatest sushi masters can offer when he challenges himself.