This was one of our first Japanese style meals during our month-long stay in Japan -- and it was one of our finest. We were shuttled through the queue (ever so politely!) for lunch, with lots of bowing and pointing. (So much more personal than being issued a buzzer in America!) You will be asked to remove your shoes before being seated on cushions on the floor, always looks so authentic, but is, frankly, hard on us Westerners who are not used to holding that pose. The serving staff are beautifully dressed in Kimono's, and will demonstrate the cooking style at your table. Their English is a little spotty, but there are directions printed in English for the procedure of how to cook and eat your meal (it's a nice souvenier) Sukiyaki is one of their specialties, and we recommend that from our experience there. The beef is exceptionally good, and once it is cooked you dip it in raw eggs. New one for us! It was all delicious, and they gave us a nice parting gift upon departure -- also a new one for us! It was neither the most or least expensive meal we had in Japan. We highly recommend this wonderful restaurant for a pleasant, distinctly Japanese meal.
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