Sushi was very very fresh. We enjoyed all of the sushi that we were presented, even ones that we were not familiar with. Service is impeccable. Atmosphere is very cozy.
The bowl of rice served in this Japanese restaurant really makes me like it! The toppings of the rice bowl are also too generous. Whether it is salmon rice bowl, eel rice bowl, or my favorite sea urchin rice bowl, the top layer is full and it’s so enjoyable. Up. No wonder the business is so good. I waited for more than 40 minutes.
Although it looked like an ordinary room outside, after seeing their food, I was deeply conquered. The most special thing about them is definitely the display of their Japanese ingredients, or the perfect combination of several ingredients, oh Yixi
This Japanese restaurant on Collemont Street in San Francisco is said to be one of the best Japanese restaurants in San Francisco. The restaurant is not big, but the decoration is very elegant and the dining environment is very comfortable. The most famous thing here is sushi. There are many types and flavors, and they are made very delicately, like works of art. The sashimi here is also very fresh and worth a try. The restaurant's service is impeccable.
Wako Japanese Restaurant, a more warm Japanese restaurant brought by my classmates, the sushi kneading is very traditional.