The title says it all. The vast selection of Japanese food is great and there are a couple of rare beers on the menu that would otherwise be impossible to find in Chile!
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Hiden in the Condes neighborhood, this is a gem for sushi and sashimi where the chef makes best use of freshest chilean seafood...in classic authentic nippon preparation...a must-do on my list when in santiago!!
This Japanese restaurant had a cool inside with little or no reference to the country it is supposed to represent. The tables and chairs are functional and that is all that can be said. Food is average and the service OK. I’d go to another...More
I've been twice here and ordered sushi always. Their sushi choices are traditional and not many but with very good quality. Better variety in nigiris than in sushi rolls. I have not tried the hot plates but the menu is extensive. I always see japanese...More
Good sushi but a bit pricey for what you get. The service was average not what we were expecting considering other reviews. Overall if you are hungering for sushi give this place a try as I believe they can do better than the one time...More
My Japanese wife just had to have Japanese food when we arrived in Santiago after a month of travel. So, we went to tripadvisor.com and found this little gem. When we walked in, it looked like a typical small Japanese restaurant in my wife's home...More
The place is hidden in this great neighborhood. The food is terrific and most of the local Japanese community goes there, which really validates the restaurant.
This is one of the only original Japanese food I've ever been to. Is not like the typical sushi restaurant. Here you eat the real Japanese food, with different dishes and presentations. The flavors were unique, with non-traditional ingredients. It is a full experience, starting...More