The spicy calamari appetizer has been replaced with assorted tempura: 3pc shrimp, onion, asparagus, and red bell peppers ($17).
Most of the sushi rolls have increased in price by $1. The spicy roll and California roll are now $14, the sashimi sampler is $16, and the sushi sampler is $14. The volcano roll remains $18.
The entrées have increased in price significantly. Here is the full breakdown:
Filet mignon: $38 to $46
NY cut steak: $34 to $40
Julienne steak: $35 to $42
Salmon: $32 to $37
Ebi: $30 to $33
Tori: $30 to $32
Hotate: $37 to $65
Yasai: $24 to $26
The Tsukiji (scallop and steak) combination has been removed from the menu. The other combinations have all increased in price: Asakusa is now $44, Nihonbashi is now $43, and Ueno is now $42.
Spicy calamari is now available as an add-on enhancement for $16. Here is how the other add-on enhancements have increased in price:
Wagyu strip: $79 to $100
Lobster tail: $29 to $38
Hotate: $24 to $31
Ebi: $15 to $17
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Mixed mushrooms are still $14.
Yuzu mousse cake has been added to the desserts menu for $18. Mango mousse cake and matcha tiramisu remain for $9 each. Instead of chocolate tofu cake, there is now chocolate ginger cake for $9. The price of soft-service ice cream has been rounded up from $4.95 to $5.
The kids’ entrées include ebi ($18), tori ($18), and salmon ($20).
Most of the alcoholic beverages have also increased slightly in price.
For example, the 20oz Kirin draft and Sapporo premium have gone from $9.50 to $12. Sake selections have mostly increased by a dollar or two.
The cocktails all remain the same, but have increased in price slightly.
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