My wife picked this out to try and we were pleasantly surprised. I had the stir fried beef udon while my wife had the chicken teriyaki. We also had the gyosa and Crab Rangoon. The food was very good, the beef in my dish was a little tough while my wife's food was underseasoned. The appetizers were very good. For dessert, we had the oreo tempura, a fun dish although I don't remember seeing it on any menu the last time I was in Japan.
The restaurant was new, with nice ambiance. Like the prints on the wall. The service was very good. Pricing was comparable to similar fusion restaurants. Over all, four dots.