62 "Japanese" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Nojo is a great example of our favorite type of restaurant: excellent food and easy to get into.
A safe house from spicy sauce in the Castro, Eiji is one of the best low-key sushi spots around.
Serious quality sushi, provided you're willing to pay. Akiko's Restaurant will even serve you up a baby barracuda.
Domo is a neighborhood sushi spot worth a visit, even if you don't live in Hayes Valley.
A fairly corporate Financial District Japanese spot that's perfectly suited to dinner with your boss.
Onsen is a Japanese restaurant attached to a communal bathhouse in the Tenderloin. And it’s definitely better than it sounds.
The bowls and salads at Glaze Teriyaki Gill in the Fillmore won’t let you down.
Ace Wasabi’s is a fun izakaya in the Marina with sushi, hot things, and plenty of sake bombs.
Elephant Sushi in Russian Hill usually has a bit of a wait, so try to head there on the early side (they open at 6).
For excellent pastries and chicken katsu curry, head to this Japanese cafe in the Mission.
Oma San Francisco Station in the Japan Center is an affordable entry into omakase.
Kaiyo is a Peruvian-Japanese place where you should go for one of the best meals in Cow Hollow.