My family of four went here for dinner last night. My husband called ahead to ask if it was a family-friendly kinda place. They assured us that our kiddos were absolutely welcome, but unfortunately they didn't have highchairs or boosters. (He asked if we could bring our own travel booster- or if that would be obnoxious. Regardless of what they *thought,* they said it'd be a-ok.) They had reserved a nice table for us and proceeded to make us feel extremely welcome. (Not always the case while dining out with a pre-schooler and an infant in tow!)
The gals split the veggie tempura, edamame, and gyozas. (Not one bite was left.) My husband and I ordered a bunch of their special makis; the spider, the honey (sweetened tempura around super white tuna), and the sakura- a glorious mix of tuna, mango, pink rice paper, and magic. The portions were generous (we agreed that the sakura especially ate like a meal) and the food was prompt.
I officially love this place.