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There are no signature desserts at Sushi Oyama. In fact, the desserts at this restaurant, in the face of the previous nine courses, are relatively forgettable. It’s meant to be this way, of course. An omakase dinner lasts for a long time and after such an elaborate procession of dishes, a lavish dessert is the last thing diners are going to need. While you won’t feel full to the point of bursting at the end of it all, you will have been eating for probably over two hours, if not longer. Desserts might include a fruit and herbal jelly, perhaps a little panna cotta or a scoop of ice cream on a steamed cake. It all depends on the seasons and the whims of the chef but they all serve as a light conclusion to your meal.