Very few people know what good sushi is. The fish should have a clean enlightening taste, and the texture should be true to the individual types of fish. If you are a true foodie and are wanting to get to know your restaurant owners, and share in their passion for food, then go to Narita's. Places like Osaka, and Sapporo are places for quick bites and cheap, commercial made sushi, but are not places where you find high quality sushi. I have converted many ""so called"" sushi lovers and critics alike with one bite of Narita's spicy tuna roll. You will never taste any dry, tuna, fishy taste (which is a sign it is not fresh), it is amazingly good. Many of the previous complaints on service, must be made from those who are not very patient, and are probably the same people who complain when they travel that no one speaks english. The staff is sweet and caring, just give them the benifit of the doubt, I call it character. Narita's is a great place for real sushi lovers, enjoy.
Pros: True to life sushi!!!
Cons: true quality reflects true prices