Had dinner here with business colleagues on a recent weekday evening. We made reservations for our party of 8 about an hour before arriving and were seated right away. This place was not easy to find; it's up two flights of stairs in the inner courtyard of King's Village shopping mall off Kaiulani Avenue. Tanaka of Tokyo is a typical Japanese steakhouse with tables for about 10-12 people around a cooking surface where the chef prepares your meal with a certain amount of showmanship. A small bowl of miso soup arrived almost right away, and our drinks also came promptly. Our service on this evening occasion was very good, despite the fact the place was full. For several menu items there is an option for a larger portion at additional cost; I did this and ordered the 10 ounce sirloin. Some Japanese steakhouses include fried rice prepared at the table with the meal; here, the meal comes with steamed white rice, and fried rice is an extra charge. The atmosphere is OK but nothing special; at least it was not very noisy. Overall I thought this was a good meal and a pleasant dining experience, but pretty much the same as any other 'Benihana' type Japanese steakhouse.