125 "Japanese" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Super Rich is a Japanese onigiri shop in Echo Park that makes food that belongs in an art gallery
Kinkan, a pandemic-born pop-up has transformed into a half-Japanese, half-Thai restaurant in Virgil Village with an excellent omakase.
Yojimbo is a donburi specialist on Fairfax and a great spot for a quick lunch if you're in the area.
Edobox is a great date spot on Main Street in Santa Monica that specializes in bento boxes and sushi.
Sunny Blue is your best quick lunch or snack option on Main Street in Santa Monica. They specialize in omusubi.
Moon Rabbit is a Grand Central Market stall that sells boba teas and cute little snacks.
The specialty at this Tokyo-based ramen chain is yuzu shio - a light, acidic broth that’s unlike any version that’s ever made its way to LA.
Kensho is a tiny Japanese restaurant on the grounds of Yamashiro in Hollywood, and one of LA’s most personal dining experiences.
Azay is a half-French, half-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo where you’ll find the only Japanese breakfast being served in LA proper.
Gozen is a high-end kaiseki restaurant on La Cienega with excellent sushi, sake, and other small plates.
Menya Tigre on Sawtelle serves some of the only curry ramen you’ll find in LA - and it’s incredible.
Shin-Sen-Gumi’s Gardena location has everything from customizable ramen to a brand-new drive-through.