Hidden treasure just off the strip!.
This place has a traditional japanese feel to it. The waitresses wear komonos, the owner is originally from Japan, they have the traditional low tables in addition to "regular tables", decor quite traditional as well. The sushi is excellent.....actually EVERYTHING rocks. The prices will leave you smiling too. Sushi fresh, tempura comes out crispy and nice, they also offer a sparkling saki.....watch out though it costs almost 10 dollars for a single serving bottle. Don't miss this one!
A Zen-ful dining experience.. In Short An atmosphere of tranquility permeates the dining room. Rice paper panels and wood railings lend definition to the eating areas, topped with authentic Japanese print valances. A simple wood sushi bar flanks a wall and gentle music soothes in the background. The raw fish in the sushi and sashimi is firm and fresh, and the sticky rice perfectly prepared. Many entrees of fish, beef and chicken are offered and portions are not skimpy.