Yakimono was one of the pioneers on the Israeli culinary scene, the masthead of a new wave of Japanese restaurants in Israel. The welcome is warm and while the wine list is not especially interesting, it encourages you to order from the great selection of sakes. The miso soup is rich and tasty, and without sodium glutamate which is unfortunately often used in these soups. Agedashi, one of their typical Italian Japanese dishes is generous and skillfully made. And for the rolls (Tokobestsu), we let the chef choose an assortment of very fresh fish for us. Then we understand why this place is one of the best in its category, not simply for the freshness and quality of the fish but also for the way that it is prepared. Yes the prices are high, and the decoration is a bit cold, but the food and especially the sushi is a small masterpiece in terms of the very talented use and transformation of fresh products such as fish and shellfish on view in their emblematic aquarium. The business lunch is a good value for the money.