It's tiny. Really. I'm not sure if there is even 1 chair in there. This is strictly a take-out place, which fits in perfectly with the area.
There is no sushi to be had here, rather just some grilled items and oden. On the surface, this is a really promising concept. Basically there is grilled meat on a stick, so how can you possibly go wrong with that? It's hard. What is missing is the execution.
First, the good stuff. Yeah, it's tasty food and the quality is pretty good, much more than you expect from a place like this. Did I mention it is tasty? No complaints here. It's "fast" food, but it is also fresh. It's not instant, you do have to wait for them to cook as you order it.
What's not so hot:
The limited menu. If you've been to Japan, you know there's more to it than this and the menu seems dinky. One stop and you'll probably already try everything. Elect for the rice combo and you get a bit more food, but not necessarily more variety.
Then there is the pricing. I'm kind of on the fence about it. I mean, for the rice combo, it's a bit higher than "food-court" prices, and the volume is a bit lower. On the other hand, the quality is quite a bit higher. It's also pricier than a BK or McD's combo meal too, but then again, it is also much tastier, healthier, just overall so much better.
There's really nothing new to sample here if you're a foodie. It's a great place to stop by for a quick snack. Would I go back? Hmmm....well, I keep an eye on their menu, but after the 1st time, I've pretty much tried all they have, so what's the draw?