The decor is mildly funky with a very japanese vibe (alternating white and natural wood curved planking). Interior dining room is small (seating for maybe 20 or 30) and there is a separate "party" room. Sushi is fresh and tasty and the service on my occasional visits has always been efficient. The Yaki Udon (large noodles with veggies and meat of your choice, or veggie style) is delicious. Plenty here for non-sushi eaters including delicious yakitori (grilled chicken strips) and vegetable dumplings.
Mo c are apparently ice cream balls covered in some sort of doughy rice paste... one of my kids loves the texture and the other won't touch the stuff... go figure.
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