We tried this place on recommendation of a colleague. We found it to be very nice. The sushi was fresh, the restaurant was quiet and the hostesses are prettily dressed in kimonos. The menu is very extensive, with a lot of things you don't always see on sushi menus. Good sake selection as well. There are some non-sushi dishes too, I believe, but the focus is definitely on the sushi. Don't miss it if you are an aficionado.
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