Kamui Den, Ave. A
Alex, if you're still reading, in one visit so far, I think the place is great.
I went with a friend. We started by sharing:
Dengaku (broiled tofu, konnyaku, eggplant, with dengaku miso) and Nimono of sliced beef tongue.
I then had Kabayaki (broiled eel with unagi sauce) over rice (Does that give it a different name? I'm looking at the menupages.com menu right now and don't remember.)
My friend got 5 yellowtail rolls, some sashimi, and Nabeyaki Udon. I had one of the yellowtail rolls and liked it.
The eel was great, the dengaku was delicious, and the beef tongue nimono was really special - made with lean tongue that was very tender and had a wonderful beefy taste.
I think this is a terrific restaurant, and since it's so close to my apartment, I will become a regular.