Stopped in here more for libations than food. So I sat at the sushi bar and watched the artisans do their thing, while I sipped sake and a large Asahi beer. (And I do mean large. The bottle was over 21 ounces!) Likewise, the large sake container I had seemed bottomless. LOTS of tiny glasses were poured from that heated container.
From my vantage point, I could see nearly every dish that left the kitchen. Wow! Some of those creations were amazing. No wonder they had 3 sushi chefs behind the bar working diligently on their creations!
This place is very classy, with private rooms where people gathered intimately and shared a good meal and good conversation.
Each customer was warmly greeted as they entered the establishment. Looked like everyone knew everyone else. Good deal! Repeat customers are a good thing.
The only "hae" (Japanese for "fly") in the ointment was that instead of traditional Japanese music coming through the sound system, they played Top 40. C'mon, guys! We need that traditional music for people like me who've lived in Japan and wish to try to relive those wonderful moments in our later years. Top 40 music just doesn't cut it.
If I'm in the area again, I'll stop back.
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