Japanese Restaurants in Bayonne

Up to 56% Off Japanese Food at Asian Station 82nd

Upper East Side

$66 $29

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Between sips of beer, wine, or cocktails, duos dine on a shared appetizer and four sushi rolls

Up to 60% Off Sushi Meal at Amcook Fusion Cuisine

Amcook Fusion Cuisine

$73 $35

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Chefs craft amcook appetizers before coiling regular and specialty sushi rolls featuring ingredients such as avocado, rock shrimp, and eel

54% Off Sushi at Fujiyama

Upper East Side

$64 $30

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Creative and classic sushi rolls follow traditional Japanese appetizers

41% Off Sushi at Kumo Sushi

West Village

$44 $26

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All-you-can-eat sushi, hand rolls, and special rolls, served with beer, house wine, or sake

56% Off Prix-Fixe Dinner at Sushi Mambo50%

West Village

$70 $35

Prix-fixe spread of steaming bowls of miso, salmon and tuna nigiri, and crisp popcorn shrimp

Up to 52% Off Japanese Cuisine at Sushi House of Hoboken 

Hoboken

$25 $12

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Chefs at an open sushi bar craft rolls such as spicy yellowtail and white angel; diners can also bring beer from home

45% Off at Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Brooklyn

$20 $11

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Sixty-five kinds of rolls alongside other sushi, sashimi, and hot entrees such as teriyaki, hibachi dinners, and noodles for lunch or dinner

Half Off at Ani Sushi

between Clinton St & Henry St

$30 $15

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Chow down on specialty rolls full of lobster tempura or cucumber-wrapped tuna amidst clean, bright wooden furnishings

Up to 58% Off Sushi Meals at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Cucumber Sushi

$53 $25

Chefs at trendy sushi joint craft traditional and creative rolls for diners primed with pre-meal soup and salad

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Though Fushimi Modern Japanese Cuisine & Lounge's menu and daily specials board boast French-inspired fusion food, its sushi is deeply rooted in tradition–and this combination has earned its dishes Zagat ratings and a Michelin recommendation. Chefs may reinterpret the presentation of Japanese staples—such as the tuna sashimi, which they set on broad leaves next to bean-sprout-entangled roe—but they still stay true to traditional flavors. By contrast, cooked fusion entrees tend to incorporate the unconventional, such as the tuna burger with spicy aioli, available on the weekend brunch menu, and the mushroom risotto made with black rice (a dish praised by New York Magazine in their critics' pick review.)

At all locations, the decor also melds old and new. At the bar at the Staten Island location, crimson light filters through a canopy of metallic foliage, casting a moody aura across Buddhist statuettes imported from Asia. The neon-lit Williamsburg location has a sleeker feel, its booths nestled in large circular openings that bring to mind subway tunnels or the oversized portholes of Paul Bunyan's mythical submarine. In Bay Ridge, the stateliness of traditional chandeliers contrasts with the bold colors of wall-sized photographs.

2110 Richmond Rd
Staten Island,
NY
US

Teppan Bar & Grill's owner and chef cut his culinary teeth in Japan, and then practiced as a sushi chef in Manhattan. His talents pervade the kitchen, which prepares fresh cuts of filet mignon, lobster tails, and Chilean sea bass. To promote aesthetic appeal, the decor in which he and his team operate features large, clean windows and absolutely no waiters dressed as clowns. Within, an upscale atmosphere spreads across two stories, where plush leather bar seats provide up-close views to sushi making and drink mixing. In the dining area, the same seats offer access to table-embedded grills, while outside, cars sit idly in the restaurant's free parking area.

319 Warren St
Jersey City,
NJ
US

Honshu Lounge owner and executive sushi chef tucks fresh seafood and veggies into rolls in ways that are pleasing to both the eyes and the tongue. He wraps the Honshu roll—stuffed with yellowtail, avocado, tuna, and salmon—in a sheet of special seaweed that’s marbled with white and green, and sprinkles vibrant-red tobiko onto the White Pearl roll’s pale salmon. Orange dollops of spicy sauce pop against the slices of green avocado that sit atop the Dynamite roll, and the Red Phoenix roll is known to spontaneously burst into flames before re-rolling its shrimp-tempura center.

The interior of the eatery is also infused with pops of color, from the traditional Japanese kimono in golden and violet hues to the blue lights that illuminate the sushi bar. Strings of holiday lights and the occasional mistletoe dangle above tables decorated with stir-fried noodles and steaks glazed in teriyaki sauce.

31 Montgomery St
Jersey City,
NJ
US

Home of New Jersey’s best Sushi House. We are located in the Iron Bound Section of Newark. Here at the Sushi House of Newark, we specialize in the finest of Japanese Cuisine. Sushi House of Newark values your appreciation for a delicious meal and carries out tremendous efforts to meet your standards. We believe in freshness

243 Elm St
Newark,
NJ
US

Since 1976, Manhattan Mini Storage has freed up the closet space of more than 200,000 New Yorkers with units spread throughout the borough. Three months of access to Manhattan Mini Storage's dimensioned 4'x4'x4' compartment gives the space-starved enough room for approximately 10–15 medium-sized boxes, plus clothing, sporting equipment, and small items. All storage spaces come standard with around-the-clock video security, and year-round accessibility with exclusive off-street parking. For oversized handbag and baseball-card collections, the storage company offers larger units, some sizable enough to fit an apartment's worth of furnishings or a decade’s supply of french toast. A concierge service assists in the logistics of the move for an additional cost, helping to keep the stress of moving low.

Manhattan Mini Storage has the space and time to accommodate overstocked packrats and urban rolling stones alike. Availability varies by location, so please phone ahead before making promises to your lawn furniture or Flag Day decorations. In the interest of full disclosure, feel free to check out the company's FAQ page online.

109 1st Ave
New York,
NY
US

Merging Japanese and Italian cuisine might seem odd, but according to The New York Times and New York Magazine, it’s a combination that works. Restaurateur Barbara Matsumura teams up with executive chef Haru to craft this unusual menu, which accompanies its traditional sushi and sashimi selections with such fusion dishes as hamachi carpaccio, spicy crab and tobiko pizza, and green-tea ravioli stuffed with lobster. The restaurant’s design is the brainchild of interior designer Masa Kaneko, who marries slate, stone, and light-colored wood into three distinct dining areas. Diners can have quiet conversations at intimate booths or join groups of friends at standalone tables. A separate lounge with a backlit waterfall invites lingering with a full bar, which includes an international wine list and multiple draft beers. Natsumi also tempers wasabi spice with 20 sake varieties, including those infused with fruit in-house.

226 W 50th St
New York,
NY
US