We stayed here with a large group of colleagues for a celebratory dinner. We took a 9 course dinner. The diners sit around the chef (perhaps 8-10 per table) who cooks the food on a stainless steel plate. Diners then get immediately the dishes as they are cooked. The restaurant also had very good selection of sake. Perhaps it was the mood of our group, or perhaps the food, but this was really an experience to remember and an excellent dinner. However, I suspect it might not work for just a few persons, or for a romantic dinner or a quick dinner with just a few courses. When you visit, you need to take the time, take good friends with you and pay for the full menu also.
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