Having twice visited this restaurant with a group of Japanese American tourists in May, the restaurant rated at best as fair even though the presentation of the sushi offerings were very well done, the restaurant fell short is not having used fresh oil in the tempura offerings, the food tasted of old rancid used oil. The coating on the tempura shrimp and vegetables was too thick, not like the crispy lacy coating that one sees in Japanese restaurants in the States as well as in Japan. The misoshiru was served too cool and lacked the proper miso taste that is expected from this basic offering in Japanese restaurants. Additionally, the green tea was served at too cool of a temperature, lukewarm, which is not a sign of a good Japanese restaurant.
The group visited the restaurant approximately a week apart and the results were consistently the same and rated the restaurant as at most fair giving its consistent shortcomings.
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