Oslo is no stranger to Japanese cuisine. The Norwegian capital is full of sushi, Asian fusion and crossover restaurants that make daily life more interesting. The brand new Japanese wa-shuko restaurant Nodee Sky, however, is something different. The first thing that sets Nodee Sky apart is its central location and breathtaking views. The restaurant is located on the 13th and 14th floors in one of the iconic high-rise buildings in the Barcode project – right between Oslo Opera House and Oslo Central Station.