ISSEI Copenhagen

Indulge in a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines at ISSEI Copenhagen. Our unique concept restaurant combines the best of the land and sea, earthy flavors, and spice, giving your taste buds a true treat within a relaxing yet stylish setting.

ISSEI Stockholm

At ISSEI Stockholm, embark on a delightful culinary journey featuring Nikkei cuisine in a contemporary setting with inviting waterside views. These flavorful and artful dishes are born from the fusion of Japanese recipes and traditions with Peruvian ingredients.

ISSEI Tallinn

Here you'll find a blend of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines in addition to panoramic views over Tallinn's medieval Old Town, ISSEI Restaurant&Bar offers Tallinn's highest terrace seating, open during the summer season.
Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn - ISSEI private dining room
Issei Dubai - Radisson Hotel Dubai DAMAC Hills


ISSEI Dubai offers a unique and exciting gastronomic experience for diners—discover a carefully curated selection of dishes that highlight the best of Nikkei cuisine. Each plate is packed with Japanese flavors and prepared with timeless Peruvian staples such as Andes potatoes, corn, and yellow peppers.


ISSEI Rooftop is a cocktail bar specializing in Nikkei tradition, a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian flavors. Discover incredible views of Milan with a selection of expertly prepared cocktails and a delicious menu. Blending fresh ingredients with earthy flavors and a medley of spices, you can expect vibrant dishes inspired by land and sea.
Radisson Collection Hotel, Santa Sofia Milan - ISSEI Rooftop

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Fusion cuisine

The Japanese and Peruvians had a love of fresh fish in common, and it was this that would become the foundation of Nikkei cuisine. Just as the Japanese traversed the sea to work on the land, so too would their food be, inspired by the water and married to ingredients grown in Peruvian earth. Ingredients are grown in rich soil. Corn, potatoes, lime and chili brought new, earthy flavors and sweetness that complemented the fresh and clean fish & rice.

How it started

When the sakura maru traveled from Japan and landed on the shores of Peru in 1899 it took more than 800 people with it. Every passenger carried with them the recipes of their favorite dishes from home, and when they’d finished working the sugar plantations, they set to bring them to life once again, using locally sourced ingredients.

Rich combinations

You can see examples of that combined energy in every aspect of our restaurant, from the food, of course – but also how the bold, Peruvian geo-architecture houses Japanese design, lighting, and even colors. Influencing everything, from a vase of flowers to artwork. The result is a free-flowing, natural space with simplistic shapes, and harmony reminiscent of a home built from land and sea.

Take a look at our most iconic creations