Japanese Restaurants in Edwards

Asian Food at Ghin Asian Blend & Sushi (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

Ghin Asian Blend & Sushi

Union Square

"Asian blend" cuisine combines flavors of many cultures in maki rolls and cooked entrees

$40 $18

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Sushi and Japanese Noodle and Rice Dishes at Kazoku Sushi (Up to 48% Off). Two Pricing Options Available.

Kazoku Sushi

Applewood

Sushi chefs artfully slice fresh seafood and veggies inside maki rolls, while a kitchen preps classic Japanese noodle and rice dishes

$20 $11

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Japanese Cuisine at Kokoro (Up to 43% Off)

Kokoro

Multiple Locations

Family-owned Japanese restaurant uses fresh, never-processed ingredients to create bowls, noodle dishes, and sushi platters

$26.50 $15

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Japanese and Thai Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Zo Sushi and Thai (Up to 50% Off)

Zo Sushi and Thai

Broomfield Town Centre

Cooks whip up 30 speciality sushi rolls with inventive ingredient arrangements, as well as prepare a whole slew of classic Thai dishes

$30 $15

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Sushi and Asian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Ooka Sushi (Up to 47% Off)

Ooka Sushi

Park Business Plaza

Panang curry with pineapple, crispy duck marinated in Chinese fire spices, and sushi and sashimi pair with beer, wine, and sake

$20 $11

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Sushi, Creative Japanese Dishes, and Drinks at Hana Matsuri (47% Off)

Hana Matsuri

North Westminster

Chefs scour the market for the freshest seafood to use in nigiri, sashimi, and maki

$15 $8

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Japanese Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Blue Fin Sushi (50% Off)

Blue Fin Sushi

Stapleton

More than 20 standard and vegetarian sushi rolls served up alongside classic Japanese dishes, such as seafood tempura and teriyaki chicken

$30 $15

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$10 for Two Groupons, Each Valid for $9 Worth of Sushi at Wasabi Roll & Go ($18 Value)

Wasabi Roll & Go

Denver

Build-your-own sushi rolls and bowls with choices of rice, protein, sauces, and fillers such as avocado and garlic mushrooms

$9 $5

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Sushi and Japanese Dinner or Lunch at Sushi Yume (Up to 53% Off)

Sushi Yume

Westminster

Japanese classics, like salmon teriyaki, served alongside 30-plus specialty sushi rolls with fixings such as melted mozzarella and king crab

$30 $16

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$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Hibachi and Sushi for Two or More at Fujiyama Hibachi & Sushi

Fujiyama Hibachi & Sushi

Highlands Ranch

Chefs prepare steak, seafood, and chicken on hibachi grills inlaid into tables and roll sushi behind the sushi bar

$30 $17

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Japanese Food at Land of Sushi

Land of Sushi

Centennial

Sushi rolls are made with fish shipped fresh each day

$15 $8

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Asian Food and Drinks at East Moon Asian Bistro & Sushi – Centennial (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

East Moon Asian Bistro & Sushi

Centennial

Traditional Asian dishes such as sesame chicken and broccoli and beef; creative sushi rolls stuffed with kiwi, asparagus, and lobster salad

$20 $12

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One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food, at Wasabi Sushi (Up to 45% Off)

Wasabi Sushi - Centennial Location Only

Centennial

More than 90 different rolls stuffed with barbecued eel, shrimp tempura, mango, and spicy tuna, a full Japanese-style menu, and lunch combos

$20 $11

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Matsuhisa: A User's Guide

Upscale Japanese Cuisine | Celebrity Sushi Chef | Omakase Tasting Menu | Lounge Space

Sample Menu

  • Salad: oshitashi (spinach)
  • Sashimi: ama ebi (sweet shrimp)
  • Soup: miso with clams
  • Entree: filet mignon with wasabi pepper or teriyaki sauce

    Where to Sit: If you decide to go on a whim, try the Matsuhisa Lounge, a laid-back space with flat-screen TVs, Japanese-influenced cocktails, a truncated menu, and a mix of tourists and locals who have managed to stake out a space without reservations. However, it may be worth it to schedule ahead for a visit to the downstairs dining room, where you’ll find a decidedly well-heeled crowd enjoying the full menu in all its gourmet glory. Better yet, get a taste of both spots.



    When to Go: Matsuhisa is only open for dinner, and reservations are a must for the main dining room.



    While You're Waiting: Make a bingo card featuring the restaurants owned by (and named after) celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa. They’re spread across the globe, so your next stop might be Honolulu, Athens, Moscow, or Beijing.



    Inside Tip: Feeling overwhelmed by your options? Try the pricy (but worth it) omakase, the chef-curated tasting menu.



    Vocab Lesson
    Tiradito: a Peruvian raw-fish dish—similar to sashimi—that distinguishes itself from ceviche with its unique cut and lack of onions.
    New-style sashimi: a Nobu Matsuhisa original, this dish puts a twist on the raw-fish classic with a coating of hot oil that leaves it lightly cooked.



    While You're in the Neighborhood
    Before: Pop into the historical Victorian home that houses Explore Booksellers (221 E. Main Street), a charming spot for books and gifts.
    After: See what big-name or up-and-coming band is playing at the Belly Up (450 S. Galena Street).

303 E Main St
Aspen,
CO
US

The name means "taste" in Thai, and at Ghin Asian Blend & Sushi, flavor always comes first. Averse to calling their dishes "Asian fusion," the restaurant's chefs instead refer their genre as "Asian blend." They aim to bring the nuances of many cultures' kitchens seamlessly together on the same plates, creating meals that are as artful as they are satisfying. The tom yum soup, for instance, showcases a Thai- and Malaysian-style broth made from chili and fresh lime, whereas a spicy, Japanese tamari marinade brings the heat to the tropical-inspired tuna poke appetizer. Maki rolls display similar melding, matching spicy tuna with macadamia nuts and beef tataki with jalapeno. Even classic American dishes receive a global update?burgers are topped with sweet chili aioli, lamb chops are sauced with a ginger sake tamari reduction, and cuts of chicken are given their own delicious passports.

220 Union Blvd
Lakewood,
CO
US

Sushi is a complex world of flavors, textures, and colors that may seem intimidating at first. Wasabi Sushi Bar?s spread of more than 90 rolls includes simple california and bluefin rolls for the sushi newbie as well as adventurous items for those delving deeper into the realm of maki.

Yellowfin tuna and cucumber slices fill the more simplistic rolls, and shrimp tempura and avocado cut the delicate brine flavor of barbecued eel in other offerings. The sushi chefs also liberally sprinkle a housemade tempura crunch topping at the sushi bar, and new york strip steaks crackle beneath spicy teriyaki sauces at the grill.

433 S Teller St
Lakewood,
CO
US

Nearing the three-decade mark since opening its first store, Kokoro cooks up quick and tasty Japanese meals using fresh, never-processed ingredients, including Colorado-grown co-op vegetables whenever possible. Many of those meals feature a secret teriyaki sauce, such as the Kokoro Bowl—a fusion of juicy beef, teriyaki chicken, and veggies—which reigns as the restaurant's most popular bowl. Kokoro—whose loose translation is “heart” and points to the staff’s passion—also provides a drive-thru option, extending the same courteous, full-service experience even for the demanding task of accommodating the governor’s motorcade.

5535 Wadsworth Byp
Arvada,
CO
US

As its name suggests, Zo Sushi and Thai specializes in both Japanese and Thai cuisine. With 30 specialty rolls on the menu, however, sushi truly earns its top billing. Chefs prepare all manner of unique and delicious options, from Zo's black and white roll with eel, cream cheese, and wasabi cream sauce to baked pizza rolls featuring a medley of crab, cucumber, and masago. They don't forget about vegetarians, either?they've put together a separate sushi selection that includes a veggie tempura option chockfull of cucumber, avocado, and asparagus tempura. The focus on sushi doesn't mean Thai cuisine gets short shrift at Zo, though. Cooks toss chicken, beef, tofu, or shrimp into myriad Thai classics, from mild yellow curry to stir-fries of broccoli and oyster sauce.

1275 E 1st Ave
Broomfield,
CO
US

Kira Sushi chefs bring years of experience to crafting specialty maki and handrolls, and insist on using only the freshest ingredients to complete each roll. The menu encompasses more than 30 types of sushis and more than 60 types of rolls. Lobster salad and spicy tuna pair with seaweed salad and crab meat to make the Disney, one of the restaurant's trademark specialty rolls. Fresh sashimi, teriyaki, and noodle dishes complete the eatery's offerings of tasty Japanese dishes.

2055 W 136th Ave
Broomfield,
CO
US