Given that I have never been to Japan, it is hard for me to determine how authentic a Japanese restaurant is. This place did, however, deviate a bit from what I am used to in other Japanese restaurants around here, in a way that made it feel less "norwegianified" and more real Japanese.
The food was quite good, and for the quality and atmosphere, it was quite reasonably priced too. My duck tasted excellent, and my wife, who had a sea food plate, was very pleased.
Service was a bit direct, more as the "what do you want" -> "here is your food" type. But it didn't prevent us from enjoying the meal. This is one of the better Asian places I have been to in Oslo, and I think it deserves to be regarded as an alternative to places like Dinner. You do not get that impression when you see the place from the outside, so do not let appearance fool you,.
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