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The best table at Inagiku depends on the size of your party. If you’re a small group of two to six, it’s best to get a seat by the window where you can watch the breeze rustle the trees. For a little more privacy, take one of the corner tables in the back where the comfortable couches and warm wood makes for a quiet, relaxed meal. However, for parties that are bigger than six, you may as a well book one of the five private dining rooms. They don’t require a spending minimum and are beautiful; just make sure you lay claim to them before someone else does.