If double-headed dragon rolls and ginger soy–tinis are what you expect from your sushi experience, go elsewhere. This old-school sushi den has been offering Japanese standards in a no-frills setting for 25 years. It’s got a solid sake list, fresh nigiri (don’t miss the buttery toro or the tender baby hamachi) and traditional maki. Fish-haters can sample housemade gyoza or choose from noodle dishes and tempuras. Judging by the autographed photos of Japanese baseball players displayed, this place is a homesickness cure for at least a few jocks.