Tel-Aviv is full of Asian restaurants but few of them truly focus on Japanese cuisine. So when a new kid comes to town, it is always excellent news. In addition to traditional Japanese dishes, including fried fish or yakitori, they also strangely serve a hamburger and it is in fact one of their specialties. Certainly, it doesn’t make you feel you as if you are in Japan, but we were surprised by the excellent quality of the delicious Wagyu beef. The sushis are also excellent quality, and here they emphasize the fact that the Sushi chef is really from Japan. He nevertheless has adopted his art to the Israeli palate. Don’t miss Sagata Kala Haga, a marvelous skillfully prepared wolf fish, combining tempura and myo-po sauces (ponzo-mayonnaise) and citrus vinaigrette, which contrasts with the crispy fish and enhances the tenderness inside. This place offers good food, warm service, and a friendly vibe. It is definitely worth stopping by.