Good, fresh sushi. Knowledgable staff willing to help make selections. I like to go early before the crowd comes. Double check the hours; in typical Raleigh fashion this place is closed between lunch and dinner and also a day or two during the week. I stick to the sashimi platters and skip most of the rolls.
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