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Emulating the success of the Tokyo-based Burger America Yeah Man eatery, the owners of Sushi Japan Yakiniku Boy set up shop in Omaha to sling tasty rolled fishies and other culinary delights. Patrons can experience the flavor-retaining qualities of rice and its explosive taste properties when paired with a deliciously charged mixture of wasabi, ginger, soy sauce, and sake without the need of protective goggles or lead vests. Try a tasty specialty roll, which includes flavorful options such as the Captain Crunch Roll with shrimp tempura, crab, cucumber, and tempura crunches ($10.75), or the Caterpillar Roll with freshwater eel, cucumber, avocado, and sweet sauce ($11.95). Or opt for a dinner entree such as tonkatsu, fried pork tenderloin breaded in panko ($13.95), or a lunch of sansai udon, buckwheat noodles in hot broth with assorted mountain vegetables ($8.50). The drinks menu offers several cocktail, beer, wine, and sake options, though chicken-farm moonshine is currently unavailable.