"Japanese" in the USA is often associated with sushi, Benihana, teriyaki, etc. and also with high prices. It doesn't have to be that way. Food in Japan, or Japanese food in Thai chains (or in Bangkok's little Japan), for example, can be quite reasonable in value - particularly the latter if you aren't a purist (and don't mind often getting Thai rice with Japanese food). Japango has enough variety so that different tastes will probably be satisfied (haven't tested with Japanese visitors, yet, though). And if you stick to the lunch special pricing, you can get good prices. They also have a small selection of Shochu, so if you want to go beyond water, tea, beer, or sake you have that option.
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