Sushi should be fresh, clean, and presented tastefully. With this in mind, we went to this restaurant based on some positive reviews and the distance to our hotel (the Westin). The meal started off well enough with sake and some nigiri. Service was decent - it was a Wednesday night, and not very busy. When we got our sushi rolls (rainbow, saito's spicy tuna, and pikoro crunch), my wife picked up a piece of the rainbow, and noticed a hair rolled in with the sushi. Even more disgusting, it was not the type of hair you would find on a person's head - for the sake of the reader's appetite, I'll just leave it at that. The server apologized, and the rainbow roll was removed from the bill. But let's be honest here, after finding that kind of hair, would you enjoy the rest of your meal? To add insult to injury, this was supposed to be the last meal for our wedding anniversary vacation. I've eaten sushi at Tojo's in Vancouver BC, Oiishi in Massachusetts, Saburo in Oregon, and even some sushi restaurants in AZ, and I've never had this happen to me before. Needless to say, this ended up being my worst sushi experience ever -Sushi eater beware!