Did I die and go to delicatessen heaven? Shalom Japan is a mutual marriage of Ashkenazi Jewish and Japanese fusion cuisine. How can you go wrong with dishes such as matzoh-ball ramen, mochi blintzes, and okonomiyaki topped with corned lamb tongue and sauerkraut? It’s only natural for chefs and owners Aaron Israel and Sawako Okochi to delight the world with this offshoot restaurant. Just look at that pastrami sandwich, it screams, eat me! The Wagyu Pastrami Sando is the best combo the cultural diversity that the couple has to offer to unsuspecting stomachs in Brooklyn, New York. Where else did you expect to find Shalom Japan?