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There’s a lot more than sushi at this lively Williamsburg Japanese brasserie, which opened its doors in November 2006 and specializes in small plates meant for sharing. Every five weeks, the chef changes his omakase tasting menu to reflect the freshest, most seasonal ingredients. Premium sake is available as well.