We were given this as a place to eat by a good friend who is local as we are leery of Tourist Traps in these types of areas.
The location is down near the bridges to Paradise Island and near the Harbor for boats. They have to park conveniently located next to them, and the place is quirky, but so many amazing sushi places are.
Yes, they are on Island Time, so don't expect them to be quick, as they do make all fresh. The waiters are attentive, and the two times we went early, and it filled up quickly as the this is a local place.
You can sit at the bar if you wish and that is a fun option as we choice to do that the second time we went.
Loved everything, their special rolls, Udon, and the Guava Fried desert was fabulous. They also have takeout.
It is a must for anyone who loves sushi, and you will not be disappointed.
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