I enjoy sushi occasionally, but it's not a favorite with me.
Having Yakitori, ( grilled chicken threaded on a skewer ), reminds me of the stands outside the train stations when I lived in Japan several years ago. It's a great appetizer.
And Aoba did a wonderful job with the Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura. Presentation is important in any cuisine, and the tower of crisp, lightly battered shrimp looked like a Teepee crowned with an onion ring. The taste fulfilled the promise.
The entree was accompanied by soup, salad, and a bit of seasoned tofu.
I chose a large bottle of Japanese beer, Kirin Ichiban, my favorite.
"Ichiban" means "Number One". The service was as great as the food and Aoba was Number One for me.
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