been here many times great food ... somewhat pricey but, ya gets what ya pay for.. wife is Japanese so easy to navigate the menus...try the tuna sashimi and the nigiri (shrimp) its very good.. first timers will like the Hibachi table shows .... overall 4 stars
I've visited Ginza several times, always for the sushi (although I'll be trying the Hibachi when the opportunity presents).
I have no complaints, other than the service is a bit shaky. The workers are friendly, but it's not unusual to have 3 people trying to serve you--so you get some duplicate questions.
The food is quite good--not the best sushi I've had, but most definately good! The selection is quite good (try the Ika Salad, it's great). They have a large variety, and I haven't found anything on their menu that isn't tasty.
They do get quite busy at times and it can take a while to receive your order, but it's definately worth the wait. For the best service slide in during their off-hours (the 4:00 hour is about the best), when they aren't in a rush-mode the whole staff is very friendly, especially the sushi chefs (if you sit at the bar).
The food is GOOD, and the show is great. its a little expencive but worth it. I would say the only bad thing was that this woman had brought her 3-4yr old kid there and he would not behave, sitting right next to me. So enless your kids sit still and behave DONT bring them here!!! Beside that it was a good experance.
I recently had the pleasure of visiting this place for the first time. I was a little hesitant at first simply because I had never visited such a restaurant, especially with my children. Oh my goodness! What a treat it was! My kids sat wide eyed the majority of the time and even my pickiest of eaters ate everything on her plate! The food was delicious, the chef's were entertaining and the overall service was amazing! Please...if you ever get the chance...go!