We’ve been around for a while — since 1963 — dishing out authentic Edo-style Japanese cuisine in NYC. We’ve turned New York diners on to a wide range of Japanese dishes over the decades, from full-course kaiseki menus to genuine hand-cut soba. Doesn’t mean we are merely traditionalists, though: among other dishes, we invented the now widely-popular Beef Negimayaki (scallions rolled in prime beef) and pioneered the ever-popular soba salad. With modern Japanese cuisine continuing to evolve, we even indulge in a bit of fusion, like agedashi-style mozzarella, so long as it doesn’t get too confusing. Whether you join us at the restaurant or dine at home, we hope you enjoy our cuisine that is firmly-rooted in Japanese culinary tradition while adapting to the times.