Average - not bad if you don't want to drive.
Stick the the rolls on the menu and the quality is much better - if you go for the all-you-can-eat variety, it's very mediocre, at best. The saki in the bright blue bottle was nice and the atmosphere is good with nicely sized booths for a family of four or if there's just two of you, you can sit next to each other on the same side without being squashed. We've gone back several times but since we found someplace that we like better now, we've switched.
A truly authentic Japanese spot in Longwood..
Step inside a Japanese restaurant resembling the homeland from top to bottom in Longwood. The experience begins with warm towels over diner’s hands in an ambiance filled with soothing Japanese music. Asiaphiles and locals relax with chopsticks in hand waiting for din-din while watching scrumptious sushi being prepared in the open kitchen. Bamboo borders separate dining areas at each of the dark tables and booths and features wooden rafters high above. The decor includes colorful origami figures, fans and fish adorning the walls and a cabinet filled with Asian artifacts, giving guests a sense of the Japanese culture.