Sometimes I have an existential crisis, a dark night of the soul where I wonder if there's a point to all this looking for great restaurants - because lately it just seems so easy to find them, you know? There's an expression in Japan if you like the taste of something, it 'meets your tongue'. I think I've just come around to the point where I'm aligned with the style of food here, but there are an awful lot of great places. And this is another one.
If they just have Hakkaisan and Kubota, all bets are off.
Now that I look back, I'd say you should maybe order the food a bit carefully, but you should go here. The other qualifier is that if you're going to drink sake, you should be a bit of a connaisseur; at a minimum, you should appreciate the fact that he's getting fresh, seasonal things, and keeping a smaller number of them so they stay fresher. You can't complain about that.
Maybe the lower end of 'recommended', but still recommended, definitely。
As I said about another place recently, Tabelog's score for this place is positively comical.