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This soothing East Village restaurant wedged serenely in the bright, boisterous crowd of Indian restaurants on Sixth Avenue serves up unpretentious, home-style Japanese dishes at reasonable prices. Gorgeous fried fish croquettes, pork belly and fish dishes broiled in miso are all surprising and hearty. For the most bang for your buck, order the omakase, a set daily menu of an appetizer, soup, entrée and dessert.