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Mas | Aug 1, 2002 01:11 AM

Our favorite Westside Japanese restaurant, Mikasa, closed some time ago. They served teriyaki, sukiyaki, and tempura dishes. Would you call this Japanese-American cuisine? We're looking for a successor. Not teppanyaki, not sushi, not shabu-shabu, not ramen, udon, miso, or fusion - but simple old-fashioned tempura, teriyaki, and sukiyaki dishes. Help?

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