AKIPRESS.COM - A world-renowned sushi restaurant has been dropped from the Michelin gourmet guide.
Sukiyabashi Jiro, focus of the 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams Of Sushi, has earned three Michelin stars every year since 2007.
But the Tokyo restaurant has been dropped from the 2020 guide because it no longer accepts public reservations, BBC reports.
To get a table you need to be a regular, have special connections, or go through a top hotel.
It is run by sushi maestro Jiro Ono, who is in his 90s, and his eldest son, Yoshikazu.
The restaurant can only take 10 guests at a time, with prices starting at around 40,000 yen (£285) for the chef's selection.