It's difficult to describe Japanese food that comes in great variety without inevitably having to reuse the same old words. Also, it's a challenge trying to remember all the names in Japanese. In Akashi, it's been so far consistently quality fresh food which really deserves mention. No, there's no overly fanciful presentation or extremely stylish decor in the restaurant. What you get is simple pleasant furnishing and great food. Grated wasabi root fresh!
Steaming hot Tamago
Salmon skin rolls
On the note of exceptionals, I would say that this place serves a very heavenly uni. Comparative with Ten-Jyaku in terms of light and creaminess, the uni from Akashi tops the crops with very noticeable fragrance which the former restaurant didn't fulfill. Also, it's $10 a piece which makes it both cheaper and more delectable.
I highly recommend this place.