Floating Sushi
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Tribeca Ninja Restaurant

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Introducing you in the Japanese culture, you will have no waitress to serve your table, but instead you will be guided by ninjas in their traditional all-black outfit, inspired from the kabuki theater, through the ninja castle interior design. The performers will make twists and tricks, exhibiting examples from the variety of unorthodox arts of war, while guiding you to your table. In a cave-like space, the ninjas will deliver your order in a scenic manner, using their specialized weapons and tactics. A a la carte menu is available, but we recommend Michinobu Okamoto's tasting menu. There's also a sushi menu you can choose from. Some complain food was less than expected, some other had reservation problems, but if you are a ninja fun, you should try this experience in a world of excitement beyond your imagination.

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Although the role of the ninjas in Japan may have included sabotage, espionage, or assassination as a method of causing social chaos,

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