Should have done dine-in... oops! The to-go, while artfully presented, obviously isn't the same level as dine-in.
Highlights were the ama ebi (live sweet shrimp), which was one of the top ones I've had lately, along with the ikura (squid) and otoro. That said, good otoro isn't nearly as hard to find when you're searching for places known for quality sushi. Not sure what the seared item was, maybe sardine? It too was delicious, the searing was just right to enhance the flavor.
Woven (!) mackerel was a thing of beauty, although perhaps a bit too fishy. Uni was excellent but has a lot of competition locally, so hard to say Sushi Hide would be worth the trip just for the uni. And the tamago-- clearly art, almost up there with Sushi Ginza Onodera. Well worth the trip considering the very reasonable price for quality sushi.
And man it'd been a long time since coming out to Japanese Village Plaza... might have to make another visit on a weekday when it's less crowded!