We wandered into this place because it is across the street from the Cultural Heritage Center (and we couldn't find anything else). We had no idea what they serve until we were seated. There is no English on the menu, so I asked the kindly waitress (owner?) what she would recommend and she pointed to the sashimi set lunches on the menu. These meals come in three sizes, but we each ordered the least expensive and it was plenty of food. The sashimi was some of the best we have ever had, served over a bowl of rice, with miso soup and Japanese pickles on the side. The price was a bargain for what we got. If you like sashimi, this is the place to go.
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