We were sat in the garden behind the building, which added to the ambiance. Our waitress was helpful in translating the menu and very sweet. The sake was smooth, if not understated. The sushi was small in portion and only average compared to my favorite sushi. It took more than a while to bring our tempura following the sushi, and then we were left on our own for at least 30 minutes before I had to flag down our waitress. The final bill was expensive and seemed to be based more in the surrounding modern art/books, rather than the food itself.
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