I have been to this restaurant a few times over recent years. It is excellent for its variety and freshness of fish. It is divided into small rooms with what looks like kotatsu style tables. There is a space under the table to put your legs so you do not have to sit cross-legged. There is a screen on the wall showing what fish are most in season accompanied by pictures. There is a largish menu with extra-dishes, such as shellfish and cheese cooked together, so you do not have to eat sashimi and pure Japanese cooking if you do not want to. The sake and shōchū menu is good with local varieties, but is a little more expensive than elsewhere. Overall an excellent place to eat and drink in the evening. It is very popular, so generally you need to book a table.
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