If you want real traditional sushi this is the place to go. No soft shell crab or tempura rolls, real sushi and sashimi. The quality of the fish and the presentation were phenomenal. If you're in Palm Springs don't miss this place!
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Children and grandchildren visiting for the holidays, and, all they wanted was sushi. Were we delighted with appetizers and entrees they provided!! Everything was freshly made, hot tea was perfect, and the beer ice cold. What a wonderful dining experience. Great, friendly and knowledgeable service.
Chef Kiyosaku, his wife Teruka, his sushi chef daughter Mika and granddaughter Kiyomi are back from their summer vacation and we could not be happier! We have travelled the world and visited some of the best Sushi restaurants you can find. This small and vibrant...More
What a fabulous gem in the desert. Family run eponymous sushi restaurant run by Chef Kiyosaku, his wife Teruka, his sushi chef daughter Mika and granddaughter Kiyomi. (see photo). I highly recommend any of the sushi/sashimi but particularly the yellowtail (hamachi) and toro. The house...More
To merely say this is a GREAT sushi place would be an understatement. This is probably the best sushi place, this humble reviewer has been to in the US, hands down. What makes it the "best" is a multitude of things which does not stop...More
This tiny little gem is family run and the sushi is the best in the valley if you like the real thing and not the American version of sushi...Everything is served with pride and a smile...the fish is always fresh...immaculate...
This place was fabulous. Don't let the location or size fool you - the food is great. I had some of the best spicy tuna rolls ever as well!
Could have a bath (wash the walls, etc.), Could use some updates to decor, But if it messes up the food don't do it! Prices are definitely high so you can't go as often as you might want to and they are higher than places...More
Went for the first time tonight. Place is small and it was busy (Holidays). Not flashy, it had a relaxed, intimate, authentic feel about it. We sat at the sushi bar. What we ordered came backwards to Japanese custom, and took way longer than it...More