Andy Brett

446 days ago

“See these stairs and lead up to that door?” Nohara asked me before leading me up a random flight of stairs to a mysterious door with nothing on it. “That is a restaurant.”

He then opened the door to show me a fully functional restaurant equipped with an open kitchen. There’s nothing outside the building that gives off even the slightest clue that food is served there.

Meet the Man Who Charges $780 a Day to Reveal Japan’s Hidden Secrets

I’m just going to come out and say it: Shinji Nohara probably has the best job in the world. Known as the “Tokyo Fixer”, Nohara’s job is to take people to the best spots Japan has to offer. Each experience is tailored to every client’s specific tastes and he’s damn good at it.