It might look like a hole-in-the-wall, but this small Japanese restaurant has some of Cancún's best sushi and is frequented by some of Mexico's best chefs. Expect sashimi, nigiri, and every type of sushi roll imaginable; house specialties include the Copan Roll (deep fried shrimp wrapped in cucumber) and the Cancún Roll (stuffed with eel and scallops). There is a sushi bar on the ground floor and an intimate dining area with a few tables upstairs. Granted, you may not hear crashing waves, but you'll have an authentic Japanese experience for a fraction of what you might pay down the road. It's best to know your sushi if you dine here as the menu is written in Spanish and Japanese.