Being Australian, this place made me feel right at home. The food is great and offers a range of meals and not just steak type dishes. The price of the meals and the drinks is quite reasonable for the quantity and quality you are recieving. It's quite busy on a weekend night and there will be a wait.
Wow, this place holds up to its reputation. From the minute you walk in the door you are welcomed by all the staff on sight. The traditional japanese restaurant broken up in to two sides, one for yakitori type dishes and the other for sushi. The food is great and most of the staff speak fluent english. The thing i loved the most is the atmosphere of the place which topped off my experience and left me coming back again.
The gaming arcade is located inside the basement of the building where you will come into a room of thick smoke and heat which resulted in me not staying long. Most of the gaming machines present their are complex requiring you to buy cards and use things that will require someone with a decent knowledge of japanese.
This place is too much fun. Located near the base of Mt Fuji, Fuji-Q Highland has some of the wildest roller coasters in the world. There are two ways to get to here, either by bus or train. You can take a bus from shinjuku station to Fuji-Q which takes 100 mins, or go on train using the chuo line from shinjuku to otsuki station, you will have to change trains along the way which can be confusing. Once at otsuki jump on Fuji Kyuko line and take it to Fuji-Q Highland station. I recommend going on a weekday like i did as there is a low population present and the queue lines are super quick. Do not be scared to go on the coasters, because once you go on you will go on again and again and again :) Enjoy