As others have mentioned, this place is expensive. If all you care about is the food, you can get the same quality and amount of food elsewhere in Tokyo for 2/3 of the price. What you are paying for is the theatrics of picking the specific things you want from a counter laid out in front of you including live seafood, watching the food cooked in front of you, and sitting in an atmospheric and relatively intimate restaurant. This is like upscale Benihana. Yes it's touristy, but it's not culturally off base, and one reason you go to Japan is for the traditional culture experience.
The food is good, although simple. That my prawns were slightly overcooked was the only negative. A suggestion for alcohol consumption that is true all over Japan - they will charge an arm and a leg for what is U.S. supermarket wine (and a fortune for good wine), so go with sake or local beer.
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