This reasonably priced sushi restaurant on South Guadalupe Street does a good job with the usual suspects: sushi, sashimi, miso soup, and tempura. The menu also includes sukiyaki, katsu (deep-fried cutlets of fish, pork, or chicken) and dolsotbob (rice cooked in a hot stone pot with a spicy sauce). The lunch bento boxes are a deal for this expensive city: $11 gets you a California roll, tempura, rice, sushi, miso, and a small salad. Sit at one of the enclosed tatami tables for the full Japanese experience, or if it's nice out, ask for a seat out back where paper lanterns hang under a gazebo.