I moved to the Dunwoody area in April and was thrilled to discover what I thought was a traditional Japanese Sushi Restaurant. My initial visit in April left me extremely disappointed with the tempura/sushi lunch special that was ordered. The portions were small, my glass of water tasted funny, the tempura was over cooked... I learned long ago from my Japanese mother that tempura should be very light/beige; if the batter is thick/dark brown, this means they have not changed out the cooking oil in a while. Also, their carpet was dirty at that time, and I resigned myself to not going back again. WELL AS IT TURNS OUT, I was in the area again today and decided to give them A SECOND CHANCE. In all fairness, I will admit that I enjoyed the hot miso soup, and the cold crisp lettuce on my salad, but other than that, the tempura batter was AGAIN THICK AND DARK indicating old cooking oil. Each of the 3 fried tempura string beans still had a long stem attached. The shrimp tempura was all batter. Two of the tempura pieces were so overcooked and crusty brown that I was not sure if they were fried bananas or fried sweet potatoe pieces. AND again, the water had a funny taste to it, The ginger dressing was more in character with the gooey thickness of a ginger like/spicy thousand island dressing on my salad. TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE, the restaurant's fish tank was within my line of vision... their fish tank was deplorable. The fish tank WATER was dark green/algae and extremely cloudy; the only time you could see a fish is if it bumped against the glass wall of the tank. To top things off, they had a radio station playing loud rock n'roll music overhead. My intention was lunch, not attending a rock concert. I left a 15% tip (which my waitress really did not deserve because she never did come to check and see if I needed anything, or to ask if I enjoyed my meal). I WILL NEVER EVER AGAIN , EVER GIVE THEM MY BUSINESS.