The entrance to Sakagura is a little off putting; it feels like you're heading to the basement as you wander past firehoses and down a rather dank stairway before you finally enter the little oasis that is the restaurant. And charming oasis it is. The decor is lovely, full of cherry blossoms and hip art. The service was no only attentive but our waitress was very helpful with making our choices off the varied menu. The food, served tapas style, came out so beautifully plated it was hard for us to create any disarray! We enjoyed every bite from the amazing seaweed salad, to the duck, to the Japanese eggplant. If they are still serving the cherry blossom flan for dessert, don't miss this divine treat.