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Japanese: K-Zo chef and owner Keizo Ishiba chose the burgeoning restaurant strip along Culver Boulevard in Culver City to open his celebrated eatery. Known for his fusion of traditional Japanese small plates, sashimi and sushi with the French style he learned during his culinary apprenticeship, Ishiba constantly delights the neighborhood with his inventive fare. Love Miso Soup? You'll fine it here. Rather have Bouillabaisse? That's on the menu too. Share small plates of Salmon Kama (broiled collar with ponzu sauce), Tuna Carpaccio and Dynamite Green Mussels; or order Ishiba's version of omakase, called a prix fixe dinner here in honor of that French influence. No matter what you try, it is bound to be delicious here.

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Local Expert Jenny Peters Says:

Japanese: "Try one of the prix fixe, five-course dinners (Bamboo Course or Pine Tree Course) for a delightful tasting menu."

Best for Japanese Because: A fascinating melange of Japanese tastes with a soupcon of French delights thrown in, this Culver City mainstay draws fans from all over town.

Lunch Menu

Soup and Quick Starter
Small Cold Bites
Small Hot Bites
A la Carte
Lunch Duo Combo
Side Order

Dinner Menu

Soup & Quick Starter
Small Cold Bites
Small Hot Bites

Sushi Menu

Rolls (Makimono)

Salad Menu


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