This Japanese restaurant is located in a unique place: the reproduction of a World War II bunker, in Las Letras (Literary Quarter). It is an establishment specialised in Japanese haute cuisine where the finest ingredients are used to prepare traditional Japanese dishes.
The decoration pays tribute to the establishment’s clandestine spirit in which the lights are dim and the industrial-style decoration stands out for its standard banners, flags, photographs, medals and military uniforms, all of which comes from Japan. Its tables made out of wooden pallets are accompanied by the sound of waterfalls flowing down the walls and Japanese music in the background to set the atmosphere.
The chef, Julián Mármol, personally selects exclusive ingredients to prepare his dishes. This is the case of pure nori seaweed, non-transgenic soy, sockeye salmon, wagyu beef and different varieties of wasabi and rice. Its specialities include foie niguiri macerated in miso, large red prawns at a low temperature with its coral soup or acorn-fed Iberian pork macerated with grilled potatoes and valentine sauce.