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Toki Japanese Cuisine
Toki Japanese Cuisine is named after the national bird of Japan: the toki or, in English, the crested ibis. It's a showy bird—elegant but almost alien-looking, with a bright red face, long bill, dramatic mane of white feathers, and a noble bearing that keeps it all from looking ridiculous. The sushi rolls and sashimi platters at Toki Japanese Cuisine have a similar aesthetic, pushing beyond the merely pretty into the realm of abstract sculpture. Any given plate might come adorned with a bouquet of unusual trimmings, from spiky leaves to translucent coins of radish to ladders of bamboo, or with pictures drawn in multicolored sauce that rival the works of Jackson Pollock's Kitchen Period.
While the chefs have extensive training in traditional Japenese cooking techniques, they also like to experiment with flavors and pack elements such as mango and peppered tuna into rolls. Hot dishes are more streamlined: there's a concise selection of teriyaki, tempura, fried rice, and fried udon.