Is there just a sushi counter here or are there tables too? Also, is the decor and atmosphere very fancy or does it look like your average neighborhood sushi bar. Is some kind of dessert served at the end of the sushi progression? Also, is each dish/sushi individually priced or does he just ballpark your courses at a round figure of say $150, $200, $250. etc. (meaning does the bill come with an itemized list of the sushi, sashimi, and special dishes that were served by the chef) I'd really like to try this place the next time I make it to the SF area. Where is Sunnyvale exactly is it near San Jose? also, how big is the restaurant overall (are we talking maybe ten seats around). Can anyone compare it to Ginza Sushiko? Lastly, was it reviewed in the Sf chronicle/examiner or in any of the San Franciso or Sunnyvale newspapers? thanks.