On weekend nights, the wait to get into this hot spot can exceed an hour; put your name in, grab a drink nearby, and wait for the text alerting you your table is ready. Parting the entryway’s  noren curtain reveals the narrowest of restaurants, anchored by a long, sleek, blond bar aglow with stylish lighting. The made-to-order hand rolls are perfectly composed; the ultra-crisp nori encircles warm rice studded with seafood or vegetables. Fresh and lightly dressed, the fish is minced into a tartare; if you’re averse to that texture, get the ebi katsu (featuring a crisp-fried prawn) or the yamaimo (crunchy mountain yam). There are traditional izakaya offerings as well, like chicken karaage and sashimi, as well as an omakase tasting, for serious sushi fans.