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A Winnipeg tradition celebrating more than 30 years of dining entertainment. Fresh teppanyaki entrées—from sirloin to scallops and chicken—are cooked with panache. The show takes place at tableside grills where the Ichiban chef dressed in blue and white and wearing a black holster filled with knives presides. He prepares each course right in front of you, with an entertaining artistic flare. The other option is to take a seat at the sushi bar and choose from more than 20 different rolls while watching the sushi chef prepare your order.