Ignore the photos, they are from the previous ownership of the Kurama family. This used to be a family run business featuring father and son sushi chefs and a wonderfully sweet mother. Now this place is only Kurama in its name. Stripped of the charming old decor, character, and quality the sushi is now only slightly better than, if at par with, what you get at a grocery store.
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