The restaurant has both counter and table seating, and three sushi chefs can be found working behind the counter at all times. The popular omakase Chef’s Menu allows customers to have their sushi made right before their eyes by a sushi chef using fresh saba mackerel, isaki, hotate scallops, and other seasonal seafood flown in straight from Tsukiji Fish Market. The shop prides itself on making not American-style sushi but traditional Japanese sushi which allows dining guests to enjoy the flavors of each ingredient. Their knives are, of course, of Japanese make, but the shop prides itself in that even their edobitsu (rice container), wasabi grater, katsuobushi shaver, and other utensils are of Japanese make as well. What’s more, all of the sushi names on the menu are written in Japanese as well, and each staff member is required to memorize every one of them.