If you are looking for quaint, small settings with great sushi, this is the place.
My wife and I ate here on our last day on the Big Island, and wish we had eaten here more.
The fish was very fresh and the rolls were very tasty. Sadly, I didn't see that they have plum wine to wash it down with.
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