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As well as being one of the first Japanese restaurants to open in Prague (in 1995) this establishment is something of a cultural hub, presenting numerous cultural events throughout the year. These showcase refined Japanese practices such as the, time-honoured, tea ceremony, music and degustation evenings. A gentle golden hue envelops guest in the front space from the vaulted, gold-leafed ceiling. This is offset with black-lacquered wood furniture and texture-plastered walls. The, more private, rear spaces house the tatami rooms which offer a rare opportunity to experience the sense of harmony and proportion of the traditional Japanese home. Alternatively you could dine in the wonderful garden. Worth a special mention from the menu are: the Puraha sushi - special nigiri with tuna in dark beer covered with horseradish, awarded second best sushi on the 1st world sushi expo in Shizuoka, Japan (80Kč). Also check out the happy hours and special obento lunch meals.
GPS: 50°4'42.98 N, 14°25'23.909 E
Locality: Prague 1 - New Town
Underground: Metro Karlovo náměstí cca 500 metres
Tram: 3, 9, 14, 24 cca 400 metres
From city centre: .
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