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Inagiku is the ideal place for group dining. From the start, the restaurant was set up to receive groups of diners. Large, spaced-out tables are arranged so that at no point will you be bumping your chair into the back of someone else’s. There’s also enough space so that tables can be added to yours should you arrive with a couple of unexpected guests. Even when the restaurant is at its busiest, noise levels never reach above a pleasant hum, so you can be sure your conversations will be heard around the table, but not by those sitting next to you. The restaurant also offers an array of beautiful private dining rooms that are set up for groups of six or more.