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A hibachi meal at Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse begins with the chef joining guests at tables with inset grills. Standing feet from diners, the chef socializes with them while slicing and dicing chicken, lobster, steak, salmon, and veggies. Food sizzles atop the grill before being tossed onto plates and into diners’ mouths and hand puppets' mouths. Another up-close dining experience occurs when customers sit at the sushi bar and watch as chefs create rolls with fillings like sliced tuna, cream cheese, and dollops of eel sauce. The eatery’s expansive menu also includes a variety of dishes made in the kitchen, from tempura and gyoza appetizers to chicken slathered in teriyaki sauce or tucked into piles of fried rice.