What: A small, quiet contemporary Japanese restaurant.
Look: Designer-industrial chic. Concrete walls hung with artwork and an exposed ceiling set the backdrop for smart wooden tables and a raised area holding a sunken table.
Food: The menu is heavy on American-style sushi rolls, but leaves room for sashimi, yakitori, and a smattering of other Japanese dishes. Think of it primarily as a neighborhood style sushi bar with downtown design.
People: It’s easy to imagine people living in the area becoming regulars. The prices are reasonable enough to eat here once or twice a week, and the atmosphere is smarter than your traditional Japanese haunt.
Bill: A blow-out is possible, but not easy – ¥100 per person should cover your meal.