I had always dined there for jp cuisine before it got popular in Fremont. Why, I did not go there anymore because I had to move to other place. It is a small restaurant where provides a home atmosphere. Yuki is always in his store to make food for the customers even he is the owner of the restaurant. Perhaps I am trying to say you won’t see a bunch of trained labors hand molding the sushi. He has a real cool cook in the kitchen for hot dishes and another apprentice-cook, (clear my throat) my friend, to help him support his business due to increasing number of the customers. Yuki go to those fish port markets to select the varieties himself in very early mornings, so his sashimi/ sushi are always fresh. He always creates new types of flavors. I consider him as an artist type of cook. I was afraid of eating raw fish, but after the first try at Yuki, I was actually enjoying the true flavors of different fish and not worried the fishy odors. I guarantee you will have what you want in your mouths for every bite. If you feel the price is a bit high, that is because you only been to the chain stores. The quality and quantity of the dishes and services that Yuki offers are unforgettable. My favorites are the baby claim (sooo sweet), his spicy tuna roll (has his home made sauce poured) and …. … I should stop here and let you have a try there.