We had 3 styles of maguro - regular, mid fatty and fatty. The mid fatty was the best and it was actually better than what I had in other places in Tokyo. We also had some salmon, hamachi and tomago. Tomago was very small but tasty. Salmon was very good as was the hamachi but not as memorable as the mid fatty maguro.
The combo plate gave the 3 of us a chance to try the different grades of maguro as each of us had at least 2 each of the 3 grades.
Restaurant was a half block away from our hotel and was very convenient for our Christmas Eve dinner.
If in the area I would at least try it for lunch
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