At Osaka Japanese Sushi and Hibachi Steakhouse, your food might emerge from any of three locales. The first is the sushi bar, where chefs assemble creative maki rolls or drape slices of tuna, salmon, or striped bass over small mounds of sticky rice. Then there's the kitchen, where a separate crew fires up the grill to create sizzling entr?es of tofu, salmon, and chicken teriyaki. And speaking of grills, perhaps the most popular options here can be found at the hibachi tables. Seated around hot teppanyaki grills, guests watch as chefs prepare their meals right before their eyes, slicing and searing meats and doling out the exact amount of rice grains each person prefers.