Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is definitely a very tolerant city. This time I went to see the Indian Temple, visited Chinatown and ate Japanese food for a full day trip. Among them, Japanese cuisine is located at ROKKO Japanese Food Store on the G floor of Leapple boutique hotel next to the city landmark KLCC. The restaurant has full glass floor-to-ceiling windows, which are spacious and bright, and the dining environment is very comfortable. The city’s seaside location also guarantees the freshness of the ingredients. The signature sashimi is not only delicious, but also reasonably priced. I also ordered some soups, drinks and barbecues, which I can see are all carefully polished and have their own characteristics. The per capita consumption is about 200RM. In a prime location in a city, it is absolutely rare to have such a high cost performance.