The place opens at 6 pm on Friday eve, and while you wait outside you can see lot of colorful meals on the menus that make you to be curious if those are the same Japan dishes like anywhere else. You only discover the difference after you set down to watch the foods cooked on your table with a secret component which you will see when you visit there. Food tastes great and the staff is always on a move, this means whenever you need another drink you may say "nama beeru kudasai and a waiter will get one for you in a bit. The birthday was lovely and felt like home, kids were happy and the family enjoyed the authentic Japanese feel inspired by a famous philosophic Smurai myamoto
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