The Japanese? Those sandal-wearing goldfish tenders? What have they ever done for us? Well aside from the consumer electronics industry, the bone-crunching fun of both sumo and Takeshi’s Castle, the cuter-than-cute Totoro and Catbus, the best railway system in the world, the neon forests of Tokyo...are we missing something? Oh, of course! Sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki and tempura, udon and ramen, wasabe and Wagyu and so much more besides. Japan is home to some of the greatest cuisine in the world, and if you’re living in Hong Kong, you can call yourself lucky. Manya Japanese Restaurant in Causeway Bay is one of the finest exponents of the genre to be found anywhere in the city, with a menu packed with the freshest fish and a grill that – like plenty of salarymen from Tokyo to Nagasaki – never stops smoking. Book a table at Manya Japanese on Causeway Bay Plaza 2, just around the corner from Causeway Bay MRT, and head on over for a Japanese feast in Hong Kong.