Sen Sakana

28 West 44th Street, New York, NY

In the late 1800’s Japanese immigrants traveled to Peru. They found a new home and gave Peru the rigor of their cuisine: orderly, intricate, and delicate. The Japanese and Peruvians shared the flavors and practices of their cultures, creating a new style of food: Nikkei Cuisine. Nikkei is an intense intercultural exchange, expressing the diversity of flavors born from the union of two age-old civilizations. It is a cuisine whose identity is constantly being redefined and enriched, making it an exciting one to work with. The name Sen Sakana – Japanese for “one thousand fish” – refers to the 1,000 different species that are said to swim in the waters off Peru.

Capacity

Min 6 - Max 300

Listing Amenities

  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Accessories
  • Security Cameras
  • Wireless Internet

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    In the late 1800’s Japanese immigrants traveled to Peru. They found a new home and gave Peru the rigor of their cuisine: orderly, intricate, and delicate. The Japanese and Peruvians shared the flavors and practices of their cultures, creating a new style of food: Nikkei Cuisine. Nikkei is an intense intercultural exchange, expressing the diversity of flavors born from the union of two age-old civilizations. It is a cuisine whose identity is constantly being redefined and enriched, making it an exciting one to work with. The name Sen Sakana – Japanese for “one thousand fish” – refers to the 1,000 different species that are said to swim in the waters off Peru.

    Capacity

    Min 6 - Max 300

    Listing Amenities

    • Accepts Credit Cards
    • Accessories
    • Security Cameras
    • Wireless Internet

    Request Info

      What type of event?
      Approximate Event Date
      28 West 44th Street, New York, NY