If you want a Japanese experience, eat here. It is actually run by a Japanese Mom and Pop, and it completely reminded me of what it was like to eat in a real Japanese restaurant (not run by Chinese).
The atmosphere was simple but pleasant. They even had a few customer's bottles on the wall (in Japan the Master keeps the bottles for his best customers).
They started by serving an appetizer -- unrequested and at no cost. They do this kind of thing for their best customers -- we were new, but it may have been that my wife was Japanese.
The katsudon I ordered was cooked perfectly. My wife had sushi, which she said was good quality.
Please make an effort to find authentic Japanese restaurants -- very few are actually run by Japanese, and those that are deserve the business!
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