A bit far out of town, but freshness of sushi was great. The pure Japanese style was better than the American fusion rolled sushi. The reputation of the freshness of the uni was well deserved. The Ama ebi was the biggest I have ever seen (good or bad) and the fried shell Japanese style was really good. Nama beer was good, and I particularly liked the Mugi Jōchū.
It was a Tuesday night, pretty quiet, and service was nice, cheerful and tolerant. I should say we were four, two Japanese, one English and one Anglo-Japanese.
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