At one point (vegetarian readers, please avert your eyes) they emerged from the kitchen with a fish that was still flopping around on the plate. When the fish died, it's skin quickly changed color from dark gray to nearly white. The fish was flayed and we each had a beautiful piece of sushi on our plates in a matter of minutes.
This next picture shows the dining area. All of the food was prepared right in front of us. As you can imagine, the chef's knife skills were incredible.
And the sake.... With each sake they brought out a tray with a selection of little cups made of different materials to choose from. They say the taste of the sake varies according to the vessel.
I love the American version of sushi, but I loved this too and know that this meal will never be topped. It was the perfect way to say goodbye!
For the restaurant's details, see this link.