Buster Hein on Steve Jobs’ love of sushi — and one place in Japan, in particular:

Before Jobs died in October 2011 he made one last hire – Toshi Sakuma. With the fast-paced lifestyle weighing on him, Sakuma decided to sell the restaurant. Unable to find a quick buyer, Jobs offered Sakuma a job at Caffè Mac where Apple employees can still go to enjoy the sushi Jobs loved for a quarter century.

The restaurant was set to close on October 7th, and according to Nobi, Jony Ive’s secretary scheduled a reservation and mentioned a special guest (presumed to be Jobs) would be joining. A cancellation soon followed when news of Jobs’ death broke.

Kaygetsu’s last day of business was the same day as Steve’s funeral.

Sad.

  1. teddydot reblogged this from parislemon
  2. memos-and-musings reblogged this from parislemon
  3. fizzlmasta reblogged this from parislemon
  4. adhame reblogged this from iheartapple2
  5. bbqequipmentfortheblind reblogged this from parislemon
  6. jamesjingyi reblogged this from iheartapple2
  7. brennanspillman reblogged this from parislemon
  8. iheartapple2 reblogged this from parislemon
  9. liguo89 reblogged this from parislemon
  10. geeknit reblogged this from parislemon