The thing you may notice at Sushi Kinoya from the get-go are the lights up above. The restaurant is strung with a spider’s web of tiny party lights, giving it an air of something like an Italian wedding party, or an understated disco. If you look carefully, amidst the dozens of lights, there are tiny … things: hearts, birds, trinkets, goodness knows what? Or why? But there they are, a curious counterpoint to the well-built sushi rolls that are at the heart of the appeal of Kinoya.