The menu included popular Japanese foods such as gyoza, chawan mushi, ramen, takoyaki and sushi and also had some adventurous foods. These included ox tongue sushi, sea urchin roe and eel.
First we tried the sea urchin sushi which (like everything else) came out just minutes after it was ordered. It was an acquired taste, much like any other strange delicacy. We also ordered a beautiful plate of scallop sushi with sea urchin, a crispy, crunchy plate of salmon skin, vegetable gyoza and agedashi tofu, all of which were plated beautifully and were delicious.