The fish was delicious. But please explain the style of presentation of this omakase -- a piece of fish every 60 seconds, no time to relax between "courses", no time to feel whether or not you're full, no seeming logic to the progression of the "meal", and then you finally tell them to stop, and then they give you a fat blue crab roll, and then a check for $225 bucks for 2 people (we had one glass of wine and two beers). For that money, this should be a form of fine dining, no? Rather than just 20 pieces fish thrown at you in rapid succession? What am I missing? I'm asking sincerely. Please explain.