195 "Japanese" Restaurants in New York.
Rosella is a sustainable sushi spot on Avenue A in the East Village showing off how great American fish can be.
Nite Nite is an excellent neighborhood restaurant in East Williamsburg from the people behind Karasu.
Gouie is a sushi counter on the LES in the Market Line that focuses on high-quality, relatively affordable raw fish.
Sushi On Me is a party sushi omakase spot in a basement in Jackson Heights where you can drink unlimited sake and eat delicious nigiri for under $100.
Sarashina Horii is a high-end soba restaurant in Flatiron where you should take someone for an impressive dinner date.
This Japanese fish market in the East Village is where you should come for a casual lunch or dinner when you want some chirashi or sushi.
Curry Mania is a Japanese curry spot on the Upper West Side that makes excellent katsu sandos.
If you want to learn about sake and get a little rowdy all in the same evening, Sake Bar Satsko in Alphabet City is a great place to be.
Raku is an udon spot in the East Village that we rely on for a great last-minute meal.
Chopped Parsley is a small Japanese spot in Hamilton Heights with solid sushi and curry.
Accidental Bar in the East Village is where you should go to learn about sake with a side of snacks.
Dr. Clark is a sceney Japanese spot in Chinatown with excellent Hokkaido speciality dishes.
Takahachi Bakery in Tribeca specializes in Japanese pastries, especially of the matcha variety.