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Inagiku’s menu is incredibly long, the 10 pages filled with everything from a la carte sushi to grilled Australian Wagyu to a chef’s choice (kaiseki) meal. There’s also an additional page of seasonal fare that executive chef Shinji Morihara has dreamed up. All dishes are written out in English, Japanese and Chinese. At lunch, there are no less than 19 different business set lunches. Needless to say, this can all be a little overwhelming. Rest assured, though, that you really can’t go wrong with whatever you order. If you’d rather not decide, go for a kaiseki menu, which ranges in price from RMB988 (US$156) to RMB3,988 (US$633). Prices determine the luxuriousness of the ingredients. Unless you’re really trying to impress the table, the lower price range will be sufficient.