Tokyo Hibachi & Sushi suffers from its location and relatively non-descript storefront because if this restaurant were located in a plaza that wasn't adjacent to the retirement communities (i.e. somewhere near Ocean County Mall), you wouldn't be able to get a table.
The sushi at Tokyo is surprisingly good, if a bit overpriced. The fish tasted fresh on my most recent visit, though not all selections were especially flavorful. (I blame that partially on the season since fresh fish is usually tastier in the summer.)
Still, their varied selection is impressive and the all-you-can-eat sushi on Wednesday and Sunday nights is reasonably priced (I believe it was $23.95 per person, though it might have been $24.95.) Just note that if you're ordering soda, you'll pay per glass, no free refills. Also, check your bill carefully. We were overbilled for drinks.
The restaurant is BYOB, which leads to a lower check and the staff is quite friendly.
Though I haven't tried their hibachi room, when I was there the place was packed with several large groups who had clearly been there before.
While their prices are a bit high compared to my favorite sushi joints in New York City, if you count the cost of travel and parking, it evens out.
Tokyo's sushi is not the best I've ever tasted, but it is good and I will definitely go there again soon. It's the best sushi I've tasted in Toms River.