Inside this intimate 35-seater restaurant, an elegant L-shaped sushi counter takes center stage. From prominent decorative pieces like the byobu Japanese silk screen paintings proudly displayed on the walls behind the sushi counter, to the smallest details like the origami crane-shaped ceramic chopstick holders, Kacyo sets the stage for a truly immersive Japanese dining experience. Kacyo’s parent company works closely with Zen-noh, Japan’s National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations, to bring in specialty regional produce from throughout the country, which is then highlighted during regular monthly promotions and exclusive menus. While there is an extensive a la cafe offering, go for their set or omakase menus to sample the diverse quality Japanese ingredients the restaurant works with.