I've been going to this place for a few months, decided to finally write a review.
On first glance, the place isn't much. They try and spice up the decor with some art, but it's still pretty bland and dirty. We had a window seat and there were LOTS of bugs dead on the sill as well as cobwebs a lot of dust. Tables were well organized and clean, and the chairs were fairly comfortable.
The server was friendly enough, didn't speak English very well but then again most sushi restaurants are known for that. She tended to linger around a bit and didn't really seem to know what to do at times, but was cheerful so she was probably new.
The food was average if not a bit below. I had the Sakura Combo(#7 on lunch special menu) and my date had the Teriyaki box#2). The Sakura roll was tasty but fell apart very easily. The Tuna roll was good, although fairly sweet. The kappa roll was bland to say the least, tasted like water. Literally. The miso soup also was very weak and more or less tasted like a mouthful of onion stock. My date's teriyaki was very dry and tough. She ate a bite of it and then couldn't stomach the rest. The salad was ok, as was her california roll. The prawn tempura was fine, the vegetable tempura not so much.
Pricewise, it's not terribly expensive, but more expensive than any other sushi place we've gone to.
The best part of the whole meal was the Sakura roll, which I would consider takeout at best. The selection of interesting rolls was intriguing but unfortunately it won't be enough to get us to come back.