Place is ok, sushi is decent and just more of the same. They say they have "real" or traditional Japanese food but it's just sushi and a couple appetizers. Service didnt stand out either. They limited us to a specific table claiming everything else was reserved but only one more table filled in the 2 hours we spent there. There are multiple way better sushi options in guaynabo and other areas in San Juan.
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