This place is very expensive, and some of the most bland Japanese food I have ever eaten. I guess it's a place to get Japanese food for people who don't actually like Japanese food. Oh and over priced, $14 for two quarter sized pieces of ankimono (monkfish pate), with an eyedropper full of ponzu. ANd the rice, gloppy truly awful, the cheapest supper market rice. The "large" sake, about 2/3s full and barely warm. Bleh! Never again. San Jose has so many good Japanese places, why eat at this one? Oh, the decor is nice, it's stylish. My only guess is a lot of people prefer style over substance, but not me.
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