The tepanyaki is quite good, you get to choose ingredients you like and the chef cook it in front of you. They also make those little japanese pancake with red bean paste in it that Doramon like on the spot. There are quite a bit of selection for a small restaurant. Quite a popular dining location so if possible try to make a reservation if you are travelling in a big group. Service is quite good, however if you are on a budget than look elsewhere as the price per person is rather high.
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