I used to live in Japan, and this is not authentic Japanese cuisine. I think, perhaps, the chefs may be Chinese. The sauces are a bit too heavy to be Japanese. We had the tuna with crabmeat sushi--the tuna was mushy and the sushi wasn't rolled tightly. The miso soup was good but the tofu pieces so tiny. The ginger salad dressing was delicious but, again, a little heavy-handed with the serving. We both had shrimp hibachi (they offer a lunch and dinner serving) with vegetables and fried rice. The chef cooked all the vegetables together leaving some cooked too much and some crunchy. I bragged to my friend about having mochi ice cream for dessert--their's was so old that the sweet rice was crunchy. I'm sure this is a great place for a gang to go for a night out of fun (BYOB), but for a good Japanese meal . . . go elsewhere.
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