This place is in a strip mall next to Richmond's Krogers. But it is also almost the only sit-down restaurant on that side of the city. The menu is pretty extensive, and pretty much original and comprehensive for an American-Japanese restaurant. I ordered the oyster katsu and a rainbow roll. The oysters were surprisingly fresh, and not at all bad. The rainbow roll was poorly assembled and a bit loose, but the ingredients were pretty fresh. The presentation of both was "midwestern," shall we say ... the oysters on iceberg lettuce, and the roll cut unattractively. In sum, both for taste and for presentation, this place is OK, but no better than that. The food quality is better, but not spectacular.
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