Sushi Iwa makes things easy. For a start, the entrance is at street level. Better yet, it is immediately recognizable from its classic wabi-sabi (tea-ceremony style) look, hempen noren curtain, bamboo trellis window and small iron lantern at foot level. Inside, it feels relaxed and, with a counter only big enough for six, surprisingly intimate.
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