History of Azabu
The name Azabu comes from a district in Tokyo, Japan, which began as a hub for merchants and local businesses. Now the city is home to embassies from many countries, giving the area an air of diversity, while preserving the history of local commerce with a modern, nostalgic touch.
Plan Do See opened one of its first restaurants in the area, The Tokyo Restaurant, inside an historic building that used to be a bank. Soon after opening, the restaurant was full of a diverse clientele, bringing a lively vibe to the neighborhood. Plan Do See Founder Yutaka, walked by and noticed the restaurant swarming with international guests. It was this moment, in the city of Azabu, that he felt certain of the imminent success of expanding the business abroad.
A few years later, Plan Do See opened its first American restaurant in Tribeca, New York: Sushi Azabu, named as an homage to the feeling of certainty Yutaka felt all those years ago.
The Michelin-starred concept, Azabu Miami Beach, houses various experiences under one roof; tied together with the spirit of Omotenashi, the essence of Japanese hospitality. The first concept is a full service dining room with a stunning open kitchen. Beyond lies The Den, an exclusive hidden sushi counter helmed by Tokyo-trained chefs. A classic cocktail bar showcasing sakes and over 40 imported whiskies, Bar Azabu invites guests to sip and savor. Located inside The Stanton in the coveted South of Fifth neighborhood, Azabu Miami Beach elevates the local culinary scene with authentic Japanese cuisine and experiences.