More details for my novel. Some people have been very helpful about including real-life details, things you can't get from a normal website.
Have you been to Nanbantei in the evening?
*What does it look like from the outside?
*What kind of people eat there? Mostly tourists? Lot of working class? (I mean, clerks in Roppongi have to eat somewhere, right?)
*What kind of atmosphere is it inside? I'm imagining something a little dark and smoky. Do your clothes smell like yakitori when you leave?
*Are the menus all in Japanese, or English, too? Or are there any menus?
*What was your favorite dish there?
*How far is it from a subway or train station?
*Is it different from other Japanese yakitori restaurants, and if so, how?
I'm really hearing some interesting things with these questions. So, thanks, Yahoo! Answers.