Just a small neighborhood kind of place, but has some wonderful sushi specials, including Aji (Spanish Mackerel), Sakura (King Mackerel), and Uni (Sea Urchin). For main course I had grilled Saba Shoiaki (Japanese Mackerel), which was just a bit dry, did not have that oily fresh sea test I'm used to. Vegetable side dishes were quite good, including Gomae (steamed asparagus & spinach in sesame sauce). Miso soup was not quite as flavorful as elsewhere, but otherwise everything was fine. Restaurant itself is kind of small, with only about 15 tables, however the attentive service by beautiful young waitresses more than makes up for any lack of ambience.
Pros: Sushi specials, Menu choices/variety, Attractive waitresses
Cons: Not huge