For me, a traveler from Japan, this isn't a sushi restaurant at all. They exhibit and sell ready-made mock sushi and customers help themselves to them. Rice portions are dried and hard. Sushi should be made on order. Besides, unlike sushi bars in Japan, they serve mock sushi topped with teriyaki chicken, fried prawn and such. Salmon topping is so good, though.
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