This is really a tiny japanese restaurant, hole in the wall, in the rue sainte anne in Paris which is famous for all its japanese restaurants.
I have had the best sushis I ever ate in Paris.
The fish is really fresh and good, and you can also get the "non traditional" sushis that you wouldn't usually find in all these sushis places owned by Chinese, like eel or sea urchin.
On the ground floor there are 7 seats along the bar, where you can see the japanese chef prepare the sushi.
On the lower level, there is a tiny room with a few tables.
I really recommend this place for anyone who enjoys the "real" sushi experience!
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