Best Japanese Restaurants in Peru

The customs and practices of the Nikkei, as Asian immigrants are known, were soon supplemented by local idiosyncrasy, launching a cultural and economic boom that lasted throughout history.

Overall, the effect was felt in the field of gastronomy. The introduction of oriental ingredients and revolutionary methods, along with traditional Peruvian recipes, resulted in a slew of exquisite and unique dishes that elevated Peruvian cuisine to new heights.

Cebiche, Tiradito, and Olive Octopus are only a handful of the many culinary gems that have arisen from this miscarriage and have become a letter of introduction of Peruvian gastronomy to the world.