On the second level, this tiny restaurant occupies an old loft originally used to dip fishing nets in tar to help preserve the ropes; you can still see the residue on the floor. Since 1997, this has been one of the most popular sushi spots in town. One reason for its well-deserved reputation is because they source local fish whenever possible. Other menu items include rice bowls as well as appetizers like noodle and seaweed salads, gyoza or edamame.
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