Fresh fish, reasonable prices and quick service keep this Castro sushi spot packed despite the unglamorous location..
Like so many great restaurants in Tokyo, this bento-box sized sushi joint is tucked into a charmless mini-mall, but stays packed with fans of its fresh fish and reasonable prices everyday of the week. The space is slightly cramped-even three is an awkward crowd here-but functional, and your order is taken and served quickly. The spicy tuna and spicy scallop rolls are on point, as are the miso soup and seaweed salads. Each dish is a buck or two cheaper than comparable sushi restaurants in the city, which, coupled with the limited seating, is why nobody's told you about this place yet.
Small, charming, GREAT!.
Absolutely the freshest sushi every time (and I go there a lot). The proprietors are charming, helpful and always very pleasant. The rolls are creative as is the decor. I've never had a dish I wasn't happy with, and I've had most everything on the menu. Can't rave enough about this place!