The place have a total of 10 food stalls/stations serving different dishes like Ramen,Yakiyori,Robatayaki, Tempura, Sushi/Sashimi, Donburi and many others. There are wait staff near each stall who will assist you with your orders, just make sure to always bring your table numbers when roaming around. Or you can just stay on your table, ask for the menu list and let the waiter takes your orders. This is easier and more convenient because a lot of the items on the menu are not listed on the stalls. Although my kids find stall hopping a lot more exciting and they call it, more Japanese-y. The joy and happiness of being able to personally witness how fresh shrimps turn into a plate of crispy tempura is such an awesome Japanese experience, lols. I even heard them say, Sugoi!