I'm surprised that no one mentions the robataya (japanese grill) menu, which to me me is the specialty of this restaurant. Although the grill is not visible as it would be in a Japanese style robataya, the dihes are varied and correctly made. I've been coming here whenever I visit the area for about 15 years and the quality has always been good. On my recent visit they also had an Izakaya (pub style, Japanese tapas) menu with many interesting and delicious choices. Good points for service as well. I made some complicated requests and all went as desired.
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