If you’re salivating for sushi, maki rolls or udon noodles, this family-run hole-in-the-wall will definitely satisfy. The chef keeps it simple and affordable, especially at lunch when he offers teriyaki tofu and chicken bowls for a song ($8); the volcano bowl, piled high with wasabi tuna, salmon or albacore ($13), is the best deal in the house.

The fish served here is the same as at Matsuhisa and Osaki's, and is shipped in daily from Narita. It's located in the shopping center.