We came here to eat lunch at a nice restaurant. We chose the restaurant as it had a line in front of it. Thus, it just have been good! We were asked to take off our shoes where we were given a tablet with some Japanese words on it. Another tablet with the same words was put in front of the shelf that held our shoes. We waited on the stairs for about 5 minutes before getting a table. The restaurant had two sections, a sitting-on-the-floor section and a chair section. We were given a table at the sitting-on-the-floor section. I ordered a katsudon dish whereas other members of my family ordered shrimp tempura, the egg custard soup & sushi. Everything was good. My dish was good: it had pork cutlet, egg, cheese and rice. Members of my family were still hungry so we ordered something that many other people were eating around us, a soup and rice with egg, pink stuff & fried onions & it was good! Overall, it was a good meal at a good price at about $100 USD in all! After being able to get wifi at a nearby 711, I figured out that this place we ate at was the #1 place to eat in TripAdvisor & I had no idea! Pretty cool that we only came here because of the long line and it turns out to be #1! The surrounding Hamanchi Market is an open air mall essentially with a roof. There is a lot of nice stores and restaurants in the area, including Yossou, where we ate at.