I do not believe that Tanoshii is authentic Japanese fare. It is a blend of spices and flavors, which were delicious, but not necessarily Japanese style. I have been to many Korean owned sushi restaurants that were quite good and authentic. But Tanoshii is more ""fusion"" sushi. This is a place where you can go for sushi-like rolls, but not sushi rolls. Because the rolls were so heavily spiced and flavored, it was diffidult to decipher the individual flavors, such as the marinade of the rice and the simplicity of the raw fish. Overall, however, the rolls were good, and the staff was friendly. I don't think I would bring my father here, as our family prefers the traditional sushi, but I would probably bring a few friends who are not acclimated with sushi here for a beginner's course.