After all the sushi and sashimi we felt like something else and headed for this nice looking pizza place. The building seems to be specifically built for this kind of restaurant, resembling a south Tyrollean mountain hut. Service is, unlike Italy, very friendly. The menu has the usual selection of pizza, pasta, salad and meat dishes. There was also an antipasti platter I saw at the neighbor table which looked appetizing. This place seems to be popular with the local gaijin. Food was overal very good in quality and close to authentic in flavor, but quantity was on the small side, also, no big surprise, being Japan and all. 2 minor nitpicks: The caesar salad was very tasty, but the dressing had not much 'caesar' to it. The carbonara sauce was also very satisfying, but felt pre-made and lacked the 'raw egg' feel to it.