Hanzo owners pride themselves on running a restaurant that sticks to the Japanese traditional gastronomy and standards, but that also has a place for innovation blending some Peruvian ingredients and contemporary flavors. In addition to housing a large sushi bar, it has two private rooms (for eight people each), a traditional tatami area, some 20 tables, and a VIP zone. This restaurant claims to have the best cooks and itamaes in Lima. You will for sure enjoy trying their Yellow Tail Tuna Sashimi, the Tiradito de Robalo, the Sea weed salad, the Inca Maki, the Dragon Roll or the Hanzo Beef, among other specialties that are not to be found at any other Japanese restaurants in Lima. A well stocked bar with Peruvian, international and Japanese drinks is the perfect complement for this place, and you can wait there if the place is full and you have not previously booked a table.