The most popular dish on the menu is the Royal Combination, Kitazawa said.
For $20, diners receive filet mignon and grilled shrimp. Many people also enjoy the Shogun Special for $29, which combines filet mignon with lobster tail, he said.
Shogun Steakhouse is not just a special occasion restaurant, though many people come there for birthday parties and anniversaries.
"It's always a treat for me to see kids who choose to have their birthday party at Shogun instead of McDonald's," he said. "We take pride in things like that."
Many customers come in on dates or bring in their entire families, but it's also a popular spot for company parties. Shogun also features a full-service bar.
The real draw at Shogun is the extra care customers receive from their chef, Kitazawa said.
Not only are there jokes and knife tricks, but the give-and-take lets the chef keep the food coming at the right time for the diner, so nothing is ever over-cooked or waiting for a server to pick it up.