Review: I found this restaurant on a Japanese Vegeterian website. When I got there, I figured I had made a mistake; the sign said it was a pork cutlet (miso katsu) restaurant, and the front looked like it came from the Meiji (Victorian)Era. We decided to try it and discovered they have a small number of macrobiotic vegetarian dishes; 2 types of noodle soup, 3 types of fried "chicken" (Karage), 3 types of some other deep fried "meat", and a variety of salads, and brown rice (Genmai). Inside the restaurant feels more 1950's era, and slightly upscale. The staff speak little to no English, but they are friendly, can point out the Vegetarian choices on the menu, and ask if you want Genmai (not on the menu, but available). A good place to go if you want a change of pace from the usual Indian or "Organic Japanese" restaurants.