I sat at the counter, and within fifteen minutes of opening it was full. Service was a little slow, but I can forgive that because you are facing the kitchen and can see them preparing everything. They also have an English picture menu. Tea was really good as well. There was a blurb on the wall about the guy making the soba (I originally came too early and think I heard him making it) and his training. Overall a nice little restaurant that the locals also frequent.
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