Now blessing Blaine with the most rolls it's seen since a hefty George Lopez drove through while saying words with lots of r's in them, Hajime Sushi's the new sister shop to Duluth's Hanabi. With a slickly lit urban-mod interior and NYC-trained sushi chefs (people over there are always talking about getting a great slice, right?!), they're serving up:
Rolls: The basics're grouped into "veggie" (sweet potato, avocado, etc), "raw" (spicy tuna banana, yellowfin jalapeno), and "cooked" (salmon skin, eel & avocado), but things really get cookin' with their half-page list of specialty joints like the deep-fried white fish/ salmon/ tuna/ avocado/ tobiko Volcano Roll, and the tempura soft shell crab/ cucumber/ tobiko/ spicy crab/ scallion Poison Spider Roll, also the most common/ over-acted death sequence in Arachnophobia.
The Rest: They've also got a mighty swath of sushi and sashimi (sea urchin, egg custard, octopus, etc), a deep-fried pork cutlet (among other fried ish), grilled stuff like a filet mignon hibachi and a whole squid, and noodle dishes including pork shoyu ramen, which high school English teachers all agree is superior to tellyu ramen.
And for sushi simpletons who can't cobble a meal together on their own, Hajime's also got the requisite, pre-determined dinner plates, not seen in Blaine since Lopez stopped at Sunset Lake to go swimming.