You need to book, the place is small, and it's popular for a reason. I tried this on recommendation of a Japanese colleague as the best sushi, and I agree. I've been to Japan often enough to know what bad sushi is, and this is good.
Excellent menu choice, and the chef is Japanese and it's sushi, so some of the other menu items are not his specialty, so remember that the reason to go here is for sushi.
Sitting at the bar gives a view of the chef at work, and that's an interesting experience to watch, and get some entertainment.
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