I ate there last night with my wife and son. Highly recommended.
I have traveled extensively in Japan. So, when I walked in and was greeted by a (loud) chorus of "Ohayo gozaimas", which is very standard in Japan. It means something along the lines of "hello and welcome". A similar goodby is chorused when you leave. So, don't be alarmed!
The food was excellent, with generous portions. We had a simple sushi appetizer (Tuna sushi, salmon belly sushi, and california roll). The portions were large, the fish was fresh and flavorful, and the rice was excellent.
They offer a number of traditional Japanese dishes. I had a Tempura Udon bowl. The tempura was crispy and light, and the udon noodles perfectly cooked.
My wife and son had different dishes, all were top-notch. The Miso soup is highly recommended. Not too sweet like some other area restaurants.
Their menu has a very good selection of Sake, and even some Shoju (Japanese vodka). It is also a full bar, and they have a small but decent wine menu, along with beer - including a number of Japanese brews.
$72 for the three of us, with the wife having a nice glass of wine with her meal but no dessert. A tad on the expensive side, but with fresh ingredients expertly prepared, we will be going back.