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This first American branch of a Japanese chain with reportedly over 100 locations in Tokyo alone specializes in set meals called teishoku. What this means is that every large entrĂ©e comes with an assortment of side dishes, often including rice, soup, green salad, steamed orange squash, seaweed salad, and chwanmushi â€“ the light Japanese custard. Favorite entrĂ©es of ours ran to tonkatsu pork cutlets, Korean-leaning hot pots, and the â€śhamburgâ€ť â€“ a bun-less Teutonic ground-meat patty smothered in enoki mushroom sauce. Skip the sashimi, but go for the Osaka-style pressed mackerel sushi in this labyrinthine space, which boasts a balcony eating area in the main dining room, very dramatic.