Very busy on arrival. Booking was made month in advance as we,group of four were from New Zealand for the tennis. We were having our last dinner before heading home on an early flight the next morning. We were seated disappointedly at the large communal table right at the back of the restaurant, next to the kitchen. Throughout out dinner we could hear the clanking of dishes which took away from how glorious the food was. Interesting way of eating Japanese. Make sure when you go not to set way back near the kitchen as it does spoil the evening even though the food was great, the noise and smell ( garbage ) did not help. Making bookings in advance does not assure you of a good table it seems.
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