Being the only place to get Japanese food might be dubious in most cases but not in this case! The best indicator is the fact that the cook is Japanese and menu offers traditional homestyle dishes in addition to the sushi rolls we expect in the U.S.
I highly recommend going there for a hearty lunch with donburi (rice bowls) or udon (noodle soup). I especially enjoyed the oyakodonburi (chicken meat, eggs, and sautéed onions) which comes with a small appetizer, miso soup and barley tea for just s/15. My companions had sushi rolls which are large and (per them) delicious.
The menu also includes all sorts of traditional appetizers, but just look for their menu online. Just look for "Japanese Restuarant Kintaro Cusco"
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