Tucked away in a little strip mall, this is a cozy restaurant inside, the walls covered from top to bottom with art and artifacts and menu drawings. This is definitely not a sushi destination, but if you're in the mood for "Japanese comfort food" (as they call it themselves), this is the place to go. The udon bowls and broths are unbelievable. My favorite is the house udon, which you can get with chicken or tofu (my preference). Each spoonful is heaven, a rich broth with perfectly textured udon noodles and enough veggies to round out the meal. Husband's favorite is the tempura udon bowl. Also good are the poki bowls, with your choice of raw fish toppings on rice, salad and ginger. Start with a little appetizer size of sesame seaweed or spinach to wake up the taste buds. Inexpensive and delicious, you can't go wrong here.