Another one of those mediocre places that sells itself as "Japanese cuisine" while filling the menu with uninspired dishes that draw from Japanese and Korean dishes served through an American filter. The chicken teriyaki was dull; service attentive enough; prices acceptable. I can't help think there is something a bit more authentic in the area, will keep looking elsewhere.
I don't recommend coming here if you want to have fresh raw fish sushi. We ordered three rolls of raw salmon, the salmon definitely looked different then I'm used to seeing and didn't taste fresh at all. They charged for spicy sauce and one really small bowl of white rice for $3. It was ridiculous.
Honestly this sushi location is so hit and miss. I don't know if they change their chef often, but sometimes I go in there and their sushi can be amazing...while other times the rice taste really dry and stale. If you want a real good sushi place I would suggest their other sister location in Canton, Michigan. I'll still go here when I'm in a quick fix and in the area...but there are a lot of good competition in the area with amazing foods.