I wanted sushi on the last night my fiance and I were in Milwaukee so I decided on this place.
The only Japanese looking thing about this place is the name. It looked and sounded more like a very trendy nightclub than a sushi joint. I hated it. Perhaps I like my sushi places to be a little more...well, Japanese looking. Or perhaps my plain black clothes and giant "Legend of Zelda" bag didn't quite match up with the style of the place, the wait staff, or the patrons. The hostesses did kind of look at me funny like I were a Hot Topic patron walking into a Banana Republic.
And the sushi bar was all the way in the back almost hidden from view with all the people crowded inside.
The tables were close together like you would see at a McDonalds (excluding the booths). We were seated in-between another couple and a group of four that were obnoxiously loud to the point where you could hear them clearly over the blaring techno music. We couldn't hear each other over the music or the obnoxious and intoxicated people.
The whole menu was just slightly bigger than the book they bring your check in. I found the sushi section to be very limited, but at least they had my favorites: tuna and yellowtail scallion. Those were good, but I have had sushi just as good for about $2-$3 cheaper than what they were charging. In my quest to try a new sushi roll with every new sushi place, I tried their experimental and very nontraditional Tamago Unagi roll (as they really didn't have more traditional sushi that I haven't tried yet). That was extremely delicious, but they give you four pieces and its $10! Also, I ordered shortly before the couple next to us and somehow their extremely large order of four or five different types of sushi, seaweed salad, edamame, and a bottle of sake got to their table before my three sushi rolls got to our table.
If it weren't for the over priced sushi and the crowded, loud, and uninviting trendy atmosphere this would be at least a decent sushi place. But instead I felt awkward and feeling like I was paying too much for the hype.