Shiro, meaning "Castle" or "White" in Japanese, is a resturant and sushi bar located in the historic Rogers Mansion in Novi, MI. The Mansion calls back to antebellum architecture, fused with early twentieth-century decor.
The white house manor was built in 1929, a gift from Charles Rogers to his future wife Harriet Thornton. The Rogers home was called "White House Manor", not because of it's color, but because it had been built with profits from the White House Milk Company. Charles built the house with a grand staircase at the main entrance, with the hope that one day he would have a daughter to walk down on her wedding day. Shiro enjoys continuing the tradition by hosting weddings, receptions, and special events in the home, as well creating a special experience for diners.
Due to the Governor's orders, we are currently open for carryout only.
Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 9:00pm, and Saturday and Sunday: 12:30pm - 9:00pm.