This is the only restaurant we visited twice for dinner on this trip. Their sashimi is outstanding and there's a few other delights on the menu including duck gyoza and chicken yakitori. The only dud was their rock shrimp tempura which was more like deep fried shrimp balls doused in a hot sweet sauce. They also serve a delicious pineapple rice which ain't strictly Japanese but what the hell. Their sorbets and ice cream are good too. Didn't try their tepanyaki, but looked good. They also offer a chef's tasting menu. Definitely worth a visit.
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