Very authentic feeling Japanese place. Quality miso soup is a good sign.
First visit was dinner box, croquette and komaru chirashi, second visit was komaru chirashi, yamakake chirashi and wakame salad.
Sashimi seemed a bit inconsistent quality wise on the first visit, some parts felt like they were cut by an amateur but most of it was very good. Second visit it was all good.
The dinner box was OK but not a stand out (also the chicken was boring, get teriyaki or fish if you do get it)
Komaru Chirashi was good, heaps of fish. The Yamakake chirashi has a really unusual blob of elastic turnip or something, didn't taste like much but worked well in combination with soy sauce, the fish, sesame seeds and rice. Salad was good, they give the sauce separately. It's fairly salty so perhaps don't pour it all over the salad.
Croquettes very good, middle wasn't potato but some sort of egg