If you are taking baby steps towards Japanese food, Harima is a good place to start. It is fairly close to the real deal. Try the hiyayakko veg (tofu served cold with soy), the ohitashi (blanched spinach, served cold, with a special sauce), and the wasabi ebi mayo (batter-fried prawns tossed in wasabi mayo sauce). From the sushi section, get a platter that lets you taste the different kinds of sushi. Our vote also goes to the seafood teppanyaki (grilled seafood served with a variety of dipping sauces), and the katsu donburi (breaded pork cutlet, fried and seasoned and served with an egg over rice).
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