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Tokyo Dining Restaurant Review: The Japan pavilion at Epcot World Showcase has teppan tables at the back of the expansive venue’s second floor, while the chic 140-seat Tokyo Dining at the front features a centerpiece "show stage" sushi bar where diners can watch female sushi chefs in action. (No seats at the bar, however, you have to take a table.) Nearly 50 varieties of sushi and sashimi and several varieties of saké are on the menu. The food is nothing extraordinary, but the sushi is pristine. Munch on edamame while you peruse the sushi list, which includes favorites such as tempura shrimp and a California roll topped with spicy sauce and a variety of colorful fish. If you prefer your fish cooked, try the grilled salmon. You’ll also find a New York strip steak and chicken---a little something for every taste. The tall windows onto World Showcase Promenade provide a lovely vista, especially after dark when the nightly IllumiNations fireworks and laser show is under way. Sip a saké and enjoy the view.