Tried the Shoju ($300++) and utterly enjoyed the entire dining experience here. Hardcore sushi enthusiasts might nitpick the rice which was slightly bland or the perplexing temperatures in one or two of the dishes. But really, you kind of forgive them for these little things because they deliver unique impactful flavors, interesting textures and innovative creations. The atmosphere was also much more comfortable and relaxed compared to traditional sushi-yas thanks to our fantastic chef who was patient in explaining and took care to allow us to have our own conversations as well. Although there is room for improvement, it remains an excellent experience altogether. Would also like to give an all-around s/o to the fantastic staff.