36 "Japanese" Restaurants in Chicago.
Kyoten is an expensive omakase-only sushi restaurant in Logan Square. It’s definitely worth it for a special occasion.
Kumiko is an upscale cocktail bar in the West Loop with high-end bar snacks and a tasting menu in the basement.
Excellent sushi in an unlikely spot. This tiny restaurant at the bottom of the Hilton hotel on Mies van der Rohe Way street is worth a trip for any real sushi fan.
Omakase Yume is a very good omakase-only sushi restaurant in the West Loop.
Sushi-san is an upbeat restaurant in River North with high-quality sushi and tasty small plates.
Roka Akor is a trendy Japanese restaurant in River North that has great food but is also expensive.
High Five is a cool and hip ramen bar in a tiny basement setting. Prepare to get spicy.
Exceptional sushi, as long as the fish itself is what you care about the most.
Momotaro is like a Japanese Discovery Zone. You may need to sample the menu a bit, but hit your stride and it’s a great meal.
Gaijin is a great all-day Japanese restaurant specializing in okonomiyaki and kakigori.
Sunda is an Asian-fusion restaurant in River North that’s been around for a while, but still has great food.
Yusho likes to get weird and interesting with Japanese inspired food and cooking styles. It's a unique and enjoyable Avondale spot.