Ginza was a breath of fresh air. It was not an oriental restaurant that confused chinese or Thai with Japanese. It was a Japanese buffet. The quality of the food is what you would expect from quality Japanese. While the main bar was a wide variety of sushi the side bars held many other Japanese delights. There was a large selection of tempura mostly vegetable. There was also a hibachi area where you could choose the items and have them cooked for you. There was almost enough variety of items to get sukiyaki. The sushi bar had a wider variety than most. It included most of the negri and many many maki. There were several vegetable roles and even chicken. The salads, like the sushi, and everything else for that matter was fresh and tasty. I will certainly travel the 30 miles to visit this restaurant again.
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