I was in Las Vegas for a business trip. Upon a request from my colleagues, I looked up some Japanese restaurants with more than 4 yelp stars and a reasonable price range (not high end on the strip), and came across this.
Obviously, for teppan yaki, you would need a reservation. But we were there for sushi, and didn’t have a problem getting a normal dining table.
The restaurant has kind of lousy interior. I am not really a fun of red painted walls especially for Japanese restaurant.
We ordered variety of sushi rolls from traditional ones to American born ones. Simple traditional salmon or tuna rolls were good and fish quality was surprisingly good as well. Some other American style rolls were just ok. Nothing impressive. The service was as slow as traffic on strip.
Somehow, I had generally high expectations for Las Vegas restaurants, but I could easily find plenty of better Japanese restaurants elsewhere. So it was a little bit disappointing.