Coat the tuna with soy sauce and turn in the sesame seed spice, pressing it into the flesh and coating all sides generously. The soy sauce helps it stick.
Sear the tuna steak on a high fire (in some sesame oil) for 45-60 seconds on each side. Slice the steak.
Compose the sandwich starting with a layer of the wasabi-mayonnaise, then the sliced black radish and top with the tuna slices.
Cover with the soybean sprouts and garnish with fresh cilantro and grated lime zest.
Close the sandwich and press a little.
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