Tojo's can be a pure experience in Japanese cuisine. We ordered omakase. Not being seated at the sushi bar we missed out on any conversation with the master himself or his associates, I believe there is a premium charged for that privilege. It was fun waiting for each course to be presented, interesting to see that tables next to us were receiving variations of the dishes. Ultimately it falls short of 5 stars, 2 (out of 6 courses) were too similar, service was good but not exceptional, and an extra course of uni sushi, special from Japan, was $20, and not any different from fresh unit I've had at many good sushi restaurants
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