I make a point to go to this place every time I visit Kobe. It is a great place especially if you can sit at the counter and see the chefs preparing the food. It is a little pricey but totally worth the experience. If you have some Yen to spare, ask the owner to pair sake with your food. Go there! A little hard to find, it is under the railway, little door on the street and you have to walk upstairs to go to the actual restaurant
The shop is a bit crowded. As soon as you enter the door, there will be a large table with all the dishes, most of which are sushi, with many types, and the food is relatively fresh, but compared to the local consumption level, the price/performance ratio is not Especially high.
I think it's average, because I was near the hotel where I was staying, so I ate here once, and the business was not very good. I ordered a set of sushi. The sushi in it was average, and the sashimi portion was not particularly large. Anyway, the price is not high.
The environment and things are relatively ordinary. The shop is a bit shabby. It mainly eats sushi and sashimi. The food is also average, mainly because it does not feel the freshest, and there is no advantage in price.
The overall comparison is quite satisfactory. Although far from the station, the popularity is not worse than the shops in the station. The service is as usual Japanese service.