Since it’s in Georgia Tech territory on 14th, expect the tiny space to be packed with loud student groups. The tables, like their Emory Village sister restaurant, are pretty closely situated, so you’re bound to pick up conversation about some research project done with ChatGPT (we won’t tell administrators you cheated). The large Japanese menu offers everything from ramen to all the sushi favorites, even one with tofu skin, which mimics the texture of fish so your newly-declared vegetarian friend can get in on the action, too. The rolls are a little better than run-of-the-mill, but the real reason we love this location is because of the attached Japanese convenience store, where we like to end our meal with those squeezable ice creams we ate that one time in Kyoto station.

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