Less glitz and more heart makes this unassuming hibachi and sushi joint worth visiting. Classy kitsch is the theme, with the cool, dark interior and koi-pond-adorned atrium. The menu covers almost too much territory, from hibachi options to sushi of both authentic and less-so varieties to bento boxes to Chinese cuisine. A welcome surprise was a solid offering of ramen (we recommend the tonkotsu) and a flavorful hand roll of yellowtail, crab, and cucumber.