36 "Japanese" Restaurants in Miami.
Kojin is a restaurant in the back of a Little River ramen shop. They serve really great Japanese dishes, and you’ll need a reservation.
Azabu is an upscale South of Fifth sushi restaurant. It’s not cheap, but the sushi is great.
Matsuri is a casual Miami Japanese restaurant on Bird Road. There is almost always a wait, and that’s because the sushi here is excellent.
Sushi Chef is a great, casual Japanese restaurant on Coral Way perfect for an easy lunch or dinner.
Su-Shin Izakaya is a very good Japanese restaurant in Coral Gables perfect for a quick lunch or easy dinner.
Makoto is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Bal Harbour that just doesn’t deliver a particularly memorable experience.
Hiyakawa is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Wynwood. It has some really beautiful architecture and very good sushi too.
Yakko-San is a big Japanese restaurant in North Miami Beach. The menu is huge and it’s a reliable spot for a good, casual meal.
Zitz Sum is a great Coral Gables restaurant where you can have delicious dumplings and natural wine.
Moshi Moshi is a 24/7 sushi spot in South Beach. It’s not our favorite sushi in town, but it works for a late-night option.
Uchi is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Wynwood that serves some of the best sushi in Miami.
Momosan is a restaurant in Wynwood that does good versions of ramen and other Japanese dishes.
Boss Cow is a Brickell seafood spot with raw bar options, ramen, lobster rolls, and more. It’s good for a date or dinner before a night out.
Itamae is an excellent Peruvian/Japanese restaurant that serves the best Nikkei food in Miami.