Found Izuu, made finding Nemo look easy. Fortunately, the menu is a no-brainer.
But first, another barrier. The roll is wrapped in kelp, which must be removed before eating the fish beneath. Good thing the staff speak some English or I'd still be choking down seaweed.
Intro to Kyoto-style sushi starts here. Box-pressed rice ball topped with slabs of silvery, vinegar-marinated mackerel, basically a sliced rice ball with fish.
The mackerel is actually really good. More is more with vinegar as sour rice highlights sour-er mackerel. Sea Bream is softer and far more subtle, lending just a little fishy fun.
I still don't love mackerel but I remain determined to try. Still preferring other types of fish but definitely more amenable to mackerel now.