I'm not saying that it's a bad place to have sashimi or anything. It's rather ok. For 3 people with 3 big nigiri set + 3 sushi rolls for just under 10,000 Yen is rather cheap. Freshness, I've had better. Pieces are big as well, so value wise it's pretty good. Quality...hmmm...let's just say it's not what I'd expect to have in Japan. Freshness should be first as that's what I'd expect when going for a sushi place in Japan. Anyhow, do get to the restaurant early (we got there at 10:30 AM and there was already a line), as once it gets close to noon time, waiting could be a pain. We got in once they let the customer in never the less. Sushi counter probably sits 12 people. The rest are tables for 4 mostly. I would say it can take 50 customer at once. That's just to give you an idea of the restaurant size. View my picture for more details. Fishes are a little dry for me, and maybe it's me, but the wasabi doesn't have that kick I look forward to nor does it smell extra good.
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