The set menu changes each time and generally consists of 4 to 5 courses, including appetizers and dessert. Unlike Japanese izakaya pubs, the restaurant focuses mainly on the food it serves. Families with children are welcome as well! Some examples of the various dishes she has served up so far include oden, hand-rolled sushi, osechi cuisine, somen noodles, Japanese-style hamburg steak, kinpiragobo (chopped burdock root in soy sauce), and ohitashi (boiled greens in sauce). Jane says she created this location because there were no restaurants in Portland offering up the Japanese food she wanted to eat. Her goal is to show the true depth of Japanese food culture to the local residents who think that Japanese cuisine only includes items such as sushi, tempura, ramen, teriyaki, and curry.