Remember when Japan used to shut itself off from the world? Well, you’d have to be getting a bit – though The Land of the Rising Sun does have one of the highest life expectancies in the world, it’s doubtful that any are left over from the sakoku period – Japan is a land of great exports. Think about it: from Totoro, Takeshi’s Castle and Toyota to Panasonic, Pokemon and pocket calculators, from Nikon to Nissan and ninjas beyond, Japan has given a lot to the world. By far their most recognisable export from Nippon is it’s food, however, and if you’re in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui, then you can experience it for yourself at ManyaJapanese. Their menu is packed with sushi and sashimi from the fresh fish counter, meats and seafood cooked on the teppanyaki grill, yakitori skewers marinated and flashed over the fire. The true taste of Japan is on offer in the Metropole Building on Peking Road, so head to Tsim Sha Tsui, book a table at ManyaJapanese and make the most of their offer.