For those returning from days and nights book-ended by the ubiquitous bounty of meat that is safari cuisine, this sushi joint will offer a delightful though costly alternative. The owners take pains to import the majority of their grocery ingredients from Japan and also have nonlocal fish flown in on a regular basis. Inventive combinations and rolls like the white-pearl starter (crab mixed with sushi rice with a ponzu wasabi sauce) and the black-dragon roll (spicy tuna
with mango and avo) are recommended. Portions are not large, but everything is fresh and lovingly prepared.
37 Tobias Hanyeko St., Swakopmund, Namibia