Ichikawa is a small, low-key Japanese restaurant with a nice variety on the menu beyond just sushi. The sashimi is awesome, and the various plated dishes can be surprisingly good. There is usually a special offered on a board as you enter - always worth a look. Seats are comfortable, and sitting at the sushi bar is always a treat. Peter the chef is taciturn in a nice way - not your yakety California sushi chef by any means. The entertainment is watching him use his knife and manual culinary skills.
Parking is adequate; clean restroom, and fair prices. Beer selection is limited, but the saki selections are excellent. Seafood is the main attraction, but wagu beef is on the menu as well.