This Sekisui is great for the younger/hip crowd. DJ's on the weekends, and it's open until 1am for all your late night sushi cravings. It gets VERY crowded so reservations are recommended. Due to the music pumping and the amount of people in there, it can be loud, but the food is great. The menu seems to be a bit bigger than the other Sekisuis, however I noticed recently the other Sekisuis have been expanding their menus and turning up the techno music to be more like Pacific Rim. It is definitely one of the more 'see and be seen' sushi places in Memphis.