I don't know of anything else like this in Moscow and I'm hooked. For around $10 one can eat quite nicely. Very good homemade udon, tasty broth, and fresh tempura which is easy to order for a foreigner like me with poor Russian. The portions are the usual undersized Moscow portions, so I order a large and a small- I get udon for udon, not as a supplement to Russian sushi and salad. I always order the bukkake with egg. The sukiaki has very good broth and is soupier than the bukkake, but don't order it hoping for a good cut of meat. Anyway, thank you Japan for opening this little place in Moscow- I'm very happy to have found it.