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  1. I recently had omakase meals at 6 Michelin * sushiya in Japan, and the prices varied between $150 and $320. It’s hard to imagine how a $600 meal would be worth it to me, but one never knows. I rate the $200 meal at Las Vegas’ Kame as my top omakase.

  2. @Kirk – when you have the restaurant to yourself, and the chef to yourself, not just for a single seating but as the only seating that will come at a premium

    I will say I enjoy eating at Kyoten as much as Michelin 2*s I’ve eat at in Tokyo, and I don’t have the cost of flying to Tokyo

  3. I apparently misunderstood that part.

    Since I fly to Japan on points the cost of the flights are counted.

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