This Japanese Hibachi style restaurant is tucked in a grocery store mall, but don't let the lack of outside ambiance fool you, as the food is really good. The chef always entertains the kids with his cooking. Ask him to show you his butterfly and his egg roll. The volcano is a crowd favorite. Their shrimp tempura appetizer is definitely a bargain with three nice pieces of large shrimp and tempura vegetables. All dinners come with a light miso soup and a nice green salad with a yummy ginger dressing and fried shrimp appetizer. Their house rice is definitely yummy and not just plain white rice. It had a rich buttery flavor with some corn and other vegetables in it. The hostess asked if the gentlemen in our group wanted a second bowl of rice, which was nice. They may do that only if they are not busy. The house special dinner is New York Steak and Chicken, cooked to order.The vegetables are onions and zucchini sauteed with mushrooms and sesame seeds, then a separate vegetable of bean sprouts heated with a little soy sauce. The pace of dinner was not rushed, and food was served as it was finished cooking in front of you. For dessert they actually serve fried ice cream, which my niece loved. They have a modest wine and beer menu. I really enjoyed their Jasmin hot tea. They can seat 8 at each one of their tables. We went on a week night when the weather was crazy bad outside, and they had several other diners at separate tables. I thought it was nice that they didn't make one couple wait indefinitely to put other strangers at their table and started their service right away. We have come here several times for lunch and dinner in the past almost 10 years they have been in business and will keep coming back. One word of caution is that if you tend to get cold, wear a jacket, as the fume hood over the stove draws in cold air.