Simplicity is the path to success. Back in the day, Japanese fakirs hid a grass in their clothes, and then an unusually beautiful blooming cherry blossom grew out of their cuffs! This dish is the same – at first, it looks very simple, but it turns into a real delicacy during the cooking. Unusual, delicate taste brings us into the atmosphere of the calmness of the Pacific Ocean, over which the colors of modern industrial Kyoto stretch. You are calm and well fed!

Tuna: 500 g.
Hard cheese: 30 g.
Sour cream: 4 tablespoons.
Fresh herbs: basil, mint, oregano, parsley, coriander, dill.
Bulgarian pepper: 1 pc.
Garlic: 2 cloves.
Salt, pepper and seasonings for fish to taste.

Spread the fish on the baking tray, grease it with sour cream, then add salt and pepper (photo 1).

Sprinkle with garlic, greens and chunks of pepper (photo 2).

Cover the dish with the grated cheese (photo 3).

Bake in the oven for 20 minutes (photo 4).

Decorate the dish with fresh herbs and serve it on the table (photo 5, 6).