it was my first time eating here, so I had some expectations. ordered the tonkatsu and misoyaki butterfish combo. it came with miso soup. the fish was covered in sauce and boiled. it was heavily covered in sauce and there were many bones in the fish. the tonkatsu was nicely fried, but the dipping sauce had a fishy and strong taste. My mom ordered the ramen with teriyaki chicken. the broth had no taste, and the chicken tasted like chat siu. I don't think it should be called Japanese cuisine... it's more like Thai or Vietnamese food because of the sauces they use. I didn't like it, nor would I go back.