I go here every week. All the menus are NOT Americanized, still keeping Japanese original taste. Decorations are somehow chaotic but that is the Japanese "Izakaya" style, impressively reasonable dinner in very good quality. Very livery and busy in dinner time, sometimes long waiting lines but worth for waiting your seats. Try their Champon soup-noodle or Sara Udon crispy-noodle. Deep fried menus or "intestine nabe" (means cooked tripe in the pot. their menu is sometimes weirdly translated) are fabulous too. Magnificent variety of Sake and Shochu, the Japanese liquors, are available. Go there and have fun!
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