A Must if you want to eat good Japanese food
GooglePlace - July 2017
I tried the Kurakuchi-shoyu ramen expecting spiciness but there was none... Besides the broth was very light in taste, without the richness you usually expect. The gyoza were extremely sticky (impossible to separate without tearing them!) and looked like they were taken out of the freezer. The cherry on top was the small Asahi beer which was billed 6€ !! The only positive point was the service but it clearly isn't enough to compensate for the rest. Based on this experience, I'd definitely not recommend but given all the other positive reviews I guess you should try it, just don't go for the ramen!
GooglePlace - June 2017
If you go on a Sunday, you will need to have reservations. The food was ok, but not woth the prices. I've had authentic Japanese, and this don't even compare. Nice ambience though...
GooglePlace - May 2017
The place is simple, but not 100% Japanese style. The staff seems to be Japanese (a good sign), but not the customers (bad sign). They have a good selection of sake at fairly reasonable prices and a very varied yet simple menu. The sushi (niguiri) is overpriced (between 9 and 15 euros for 2 pieces), but the rest of the menu is in line with most restaurants (specially considering that this place is in Brera, the most prestigious neighborhood in Milan). We tried different starters and dishes. Nothing exceptional. In fact, the ramen was not tasty at all. All in all, it was not worth the price. You can get a similar experience at an all you can eat for much less.
GooglePlace - March 2017
Prices are too high to enjoy this place. Ramen is better in another place in town. And the 13 euros sake that they don't even warn you about?!?! Not really crazy about the fake Japanese atmosphere if we gave to pay these crazy high prices...
GooglePlace - February 2017