First thing I can tell you, its not Japanese.
S "How do you know that Takezou?"
T "Well Susan, we all know that Fuji is a famous mountain in Japan, its close to Tokyo. What you may knot know is that the character for mountain is read 2 ways, 1st is Yama and the 2nd is San. Mt Fuji is actually called Fujisan, Fujiyama just sounds silly and a Japanese person wouldn't call it that"
S "Wow, what else can you tell me?"
T "The chefs are not Japanese, they haven't even worked in Japan."
S "does it matter that they aren't Japanese people and they haven't trained or worked in Japan?"
T "well I say yes, because if you have a bad experience or think the food is disgusting, you, like any other person with limited knowledge may assume that all Japanese food is not good. I just want you to be educated and to keep an open mind, also not judge Japanese food to harshly
S "Is there any food, you can recommend me?"
T "Well I don't like to make recommendations, for a place I have not dined at so....."
I hope you enjoyed my conversation. I'm not trying to pick that restaurant apart in any way and I certainly don't want to deter you in any way either.
What I have observed from that website is that it seems to be a restaurant chain, thats a bit of a good sign to a certain extent, means people like must like it. One important thing I noticed is that the exec/head chef hasn't stayed in one place place more than one or two years. Since he is asian that concerns me somewhat, as they tend to stick at one place for a long time. It seems he has been there for a while.
A side note to those who don't know me as well as others, and wish to know why I am what "critiquing" this palce and its chefs. Check out my posts and you will figure it out.