BISU — SHIMA
Bisushima is the amalgamation of two key elements: Bisu represents the Egyptian god of hedonism and party. Shima is the Japanese word for island and sanctuary. Born from these two elements, the concept conveys the transformative journey that guests can relish in from Shima (Day) to Bisu (Night).
ENCAPSULATING THE RHYTHM OF NATURE
The boundless expression of nature is vividly depicted in its logo symbol, a Japanese Flycatcher that is meant to represent freedom and paradise. Everything that surrounds us become a part of who we are. Together, these elements come full circle, illustrating the abstract Japanese concept of “enso” – the oneness of life.
A NEW FLOW OF OMAKASE
At Bisushima, where everything lives, grows and tastes as nature intended, its culinary style echoes the melodic flow of nature. Blending together artful Japanese cooking with the finest ingredients sourced locally and from Japan, the outcome is one that is harmonious to the palate.
The kitchen incorporates traditional Edomae style of sushi (process of aging fish to deliver exquisite taste) into its dishes, transforming quality produce into well-balanced and flavoursome Japanese dishes.
London, United Kingdom
- Shaftesbury Avenue
- St. Martin’s Place
- Parliament Street
- Leicester Square
- Covent Garden
- Charing Cross