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Japanese cooking often focuses as much on style as ingredients, making for a unique combination of flavors and techniques. Kiku's chefs master them all, creating beautiful, delicious displays of raw fish and cooked rice behind the sushi counter. They also ply their craft in the restaurant's kitchen, where they create lightly fried tempura veggies and teriyaki stir-fry with scallops or chicken.