Oozora in Kifissia reveals another approach of Japanese cuisine, combining it unexpectedly with flavors from Thailand. The structure inspired by Japanese rock gardens, is made of wood and create shapes that impress. Here you can taste the popular Nikkei cuisine, derived from the Japanese who emigrated to Peru and created this imaginative jap-peruvian fusion. In the restaurant the decoration is minimal in dark colors - the new black is grey - with only a bold array of green bamboo. Try edamame flamed in sake with Maldon salt and lemon specialties with squid, as well as shrimp camaron de tigre. The diffused and soft lighting, combined with lounge and funky music in combination with the art de la table that respects Japanese culture, is matching the philosophy of loose but intimate dinner offered by Oozora.