The entrance is so discreet, you do not know what to expect. You take a few steps and you jump to a tiny restaurant in a smaller street in a smaller Japanese town. Down-to-basics decoration (=none), chairs, tables and a couple of Japanese guests, who are apparently regular. It takes time when the owner/chef/waiter appears, communication is a little difficult, as he speaks very limited Hungarian, some English, but mostly Japanese. Soon we learn that "everything is recommended" from the menu. We go for mangalica teriyaki. Mangalica is a special, Hungarian type of pork, this combination can hardly exist anywhere else. We do not know what to expect, but the dish, coming in a "set" (with rice and miso soup), is plainly superb. It is sweet and salty, clearly a Japanese dish, but with a slight twist. I simply cannot wait to return and try the rest of the menu.
One thing to note: those looking for sushi will be disappointed here. They do not have any. The menu consists of different noodles (ramen, soba, etc.), meat, fish and vegetarian dishes as well as smaller bits. You need to order shabu-shabu in advance.
The portions are on the smallish side.