My friend, a local resident, took me to Kokobunji Syou for dinner. We had to eat early and leave by 7:30 because they had already booked the place for the night.
We sat along a counter with a view of the kitchen. I recommend this, as the entertainment value is as high as the food you will be served.
There is a sake expert on staff, but also my friend is a sake expert, so he chose three and we drank them as we ate the complementary sushi appetizer, a fish, some octopus, and the famous mashed potatoes.
As I raised my sake glass for the first taste, I said 'kampai' to my friend. The waitress heard this and soon the entire staff was wishing us a hearty Kampai!
The staff is young and enthusiastic about their art, which involves you from the first kampai to the last.
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