My sister had read about this place in her guidebook. We didn't have to wait too long before we were seated and the waitress gave us tea and pickles before we guessed at what we wanted on the Japanese menu. We ended up both getting the same thing ebi tendon. The food is prepared fresh so we had to a wait a little bit but the anticipation only made me even MORE excited. I had never seen batter like it, it was less crispy but it made the prawn even more succulent. We also had a piece of eggplant and white fish tempura which were both just as delicious as the prawns. It was the perfect amount of food and I left feeling content and re-energized for some sightseeing.