We go here with friends several times a year. We almost always do Hibachi, because that's our favorite. It's also interesting to talk to the others at the grill with you. We used to go to Nagasaki, but the patrons there never wanted to socialize with anyone else. I would think they would want to be seated at a table by themselves then, but that's their business. Anyway, I'm a pretty picky eater, but the way things are made on the grill, I'll eat things I normally don't. You can also be seated at a table. You can order from the Hibachi grill if you like when seated at the table, and you can order non-hibachi food from the menu if seated at the grill. We go with a friend who was stationed in Japan who gets non-hibachi food sometimes, and he says it's very good. The sushi is good, and it's fun to go over to the sushi bar and watch it being made. Everyone gives you a big hello when you get there and a big thank you when you leave. It's not the most spotless place, so if you are really picky, you might not want to go; otherwise, it would have gotten a 5. The prices are good for the amount of food you get. We've never been for lunch, but I've worked with people who say they have really good lunch specials.
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