If you crave miso soup on a rainy day, this is your place. I have been here countless times over more than 20 years, and I adore the food, the people and place in time it represents. I have always found the food to be consistent and have pretty much always stuck to about 5 items on the menu, my favorites. Japanese breakfast, Bento box for lunch and the Teishoku dinners, notably the Tempura. The sashimi is always tuna, and always high-quality. This is not fine dining, but family dining and have never had a poor meal or experience here.
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