More than 100 years have passed since, after 3 months of sailing, 165 families from the Far East landed in Sao Paulo, bringing for the first time in a South American country, the most sacred ritual of Japanese cuisine: sushi. The culinary art of the Rising Sun has entered Brazilian kitchens and has infiltrated style and flavors. In this cuisine, the delicacy of the unique flavors of Japan meets the colors and passion of Brazil to create an explosion of taste. The pleasant play of contrasts combined with the freshness of the ingredients is what makes the Iguazu Athens sushi menu innovative. High-quality raw materials are processed on the spot by the skilled hands of chef Robert Noel Christian to create sensational dishes. Brazilian sushi is a fusion thing, which brings together the raw fresh fish we all love with typical Brazilian tastes.