I went to this restaurant early on, and I'm stunned that it is still open and thriving. I found the meals I had were certainly edible and reasonably well prepared, but were pedestrian. I've had better sushi. I've had better sashimi, and traditional cooked Japanese dinners. Cost is slightly above average. I far prefer Sushi Oaks, Minato, Tomodachi (NP, WLV and especially SV---none are related by ownership, I don't believe) and the Japanese restaurant in Dos Vientos in its shopping center, if it's still there. I was last there over a year ago. Sushi Yusho is average. You may well like it. But it doesn't represent the pinnacle of what is available in Thousand Oaks.
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