A traditional Japanese menu of sushi include cuts of halibut, salmon, tuna, yellowfish, octopus and eel. A classic robata offers select cuts of fillet, chicken, grilled vegetables and seafood as well as a full Teppan-Yaki and Yakisoba assortments. But perhaps even better than the fish, is the classic scene of Rio fashion life that includes sightings of Giselle, Madonna and Calvin Klein.
It's one of South America's most famous sushi restaurants positioned on a lively street corner in Rio's upscale Leblon neighborhood. Divided between a cozy dining room and bustling sushi bar or native-trained Japanese chefs, visitors arrive to a late-night dining scene offering live DJs and colorful dining room filled with fashionable locals and the occasional Brazilian soap star.