Café Japan may have changed ownership in 1996, but its luxuriant and generously proportioned sushi still has customers crowding its small, neon-lit room, so definitely book in advance. The staff, eager and friendly, keep the platters flowing smoothly between counters and tables, so you won’t have to wait too long for soft-shelled crab rolls, black cod with miso, ika natto maki (squid with fermented soy bean), and grilled dishes such as butterfish teriyaki and salt-grilled yellowtail head. Make sure to grab the delicious toro sashimi early. While the menu is extensive, the selection of desserts is basic, so don’t hesitate to fill up on fresh seafood.
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