I have been here many times since they started their business here, and nicely they have been improving over time. On one hand, with high quality sea products in Norway, you can never get too wrong with sushi, but on the other hand, it's difficult to make perfect replicates. For example, the rice in the sushi here is never right (has been improved a lot, to be fair. It was not eatable initially). Overall, the sushi quality here can match Japanese average, but don't expect more. Probably for this reason, they have been shifting from its previous sushi focus to nowadays "Japanese fusion". In many ways food here is not really authentic Japanese, but rather customized much to Europeans. However, as long as you don't expect it to be Japanese and focus more on the taste, the fusion does a good job. For example, cheese roasted lobster here is quite well done, juicy and tender with very subtle flavor. And for this reason, sushi here is actually my last choice. Service quality varies from time to time, but some waiters are quite knowledgeable, patient and helpful.
GooglePlace - January 2018