Fujiyama is not cheap, but when you're an inland state, you aren't going to find dirt-cheap sushi places like you would in Seattle or Portland. But what you will find at Fujiyama is sushi with the quality of that you would find in either of those cities! They have creative rolls as well as more traditional choices, along with a decent selection of sake. You can have a table, sit in a traditional Japanese dining room area, or even sit up at the sushi bar so you can watch the chefs at work. I prefer traditional Japanese music and setting as opposed to trendy settings when I eat sushi, so if you want a tasty and relaxing sushi dinner, check out Fujiyama!