Called a "warmly minimalist room tucked next to Puck's Alley" by Honolulu Weekly, this dinner-only restaurant has a sushi bar (seating for 12) and communal table (seating for 15-18) situated in the middle of the restaurant with additional tables for small parties. The menu is izakaya-style, i.e. appetizers divided into categories such as a la carte, deep fried and grilled. Diners especially like the shabu salad, garlic butter clams and beef garlic steak. There is also classic edomaezushi single-bite rectangles of lightly packed firm rice, topped by dainty precision-cut pieces of fish. Fried foods range from tofu to soft-shell crab, and the grill yields beef garlic steak to tofu.
Honolulu Weekly: "Standouts menu items such as kohada, aji and creamy o-toro as pink as Bazooka bubble-gum will satisfy aficionados. The sake list is short but sweet."