Japanese Restaurants in Grass Valley

$13 for $20 Worth of Sushi — Umi Sushi

Umi Sushi

Roseville

$20 $13

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Taka's Sushi (35% Off). Two Options Available.

Taka's Sushi

Fair Oaks

$20 $13

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Chef trained by Japan-born sushi expert cocoons deep-fried soft-shell crab in Ziggy rolls and serves up seasonal Spanish mackerel

Asian Food and Sushi at Samurai Sushi (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Samurai Sushi

Rancho Cordova

$30 $18

Japanese and Korean food such as tempura, bibimbap, and udon noodles; sushi rolls with fried shrimp, snow crab, tobiko, and lobster

Japanese Dinner or Lunch at Nishiki Sushi (Up to 40% Off)

Nishiki Sushi

Midtown

$20 $12

More than three dozen specialty rolls share the menu with classic sashimi and nigiri and Japanese comfort foods

$13 for $20 Worth of Sushi at Ju Hachi by Taka

Ju Hachi by Taka

Central Sacramento

$20 $13

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Classically trained sushi chef devises beef teriyaki, salmon-skin rolls, albacore sashimi with jalapeño, and ponzu

$18 for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine and Drinks at Sapporo Grill Japanese Steakhouse

Sapporo Grill Japanese Steakhouse

Midtown

$30 $18

Chefs roll maki with smoked salmon and marbled tuna, grill steaks made with USDA prime beef from Nebraska, and fry whole striped bass

$75 for a Sushi-Making Lesson with Sake Tasting for Two at Tokyo Fro's Rockin' Sushi ($258 Value)

Tokyo Fro's Rockin' Sushi

Arden - Arcade

$258 $75

One- to two-hour hands-on lesson helmed by expert chef; make traditional and dessert sushi; sake tasting and sushi voucher included

Japanese Lunch or Dinner for Two or More at Jensai Sushi (40% Off)

Jensai Sushi

Central Sacramento

$20 $12

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Artfully crafted sushi rolls alongside traditional Japanese dishes

Bubble Tea at Sushi King and Boba Tea Zone (Up to 49% Off). Three Options Available.

Sushi King and Boba Tea Zone

Chico

$29.50 $15

Sip a variety of teas that swirl with sweet tapioca pearls

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The chefs at Ninja Sushi wield culinary skill like a sword, cutting a menu of sophisticated sushi and Japanese entrees preceded by starters such as edamame ($3.95), calamari ($6.95), and fire balls of spicy red tuna and crab ($9.95) for a more adventurous nibble. Rolled sushi offerings include the irresistible Bad Boy roll and its renegade posse of spicy tuna, cucumber, and chili sauce ($10.95). Paying homage to famous local cylinders, the Sacramento roll blends salmon, masago, and the restaurant's trademark sauce ($9.95), and the philly roll packs east coast flair with salmon, avocado, and cream cheese ($7.95). Evening guests fill up on traditional entrees such as chicken teriyaki ($13.95) and vegetable tempura ($10.95).

885 S State Highway 65
Lincoln,
CA
US

The chefs at Sushi Unlimited combine their eye for artistry with fresh ingredients to create sushi rolls and hearty entrees. Their signature rolls pay homage to elements of nature as well as local sports teams. For instance, chefs pack the Raiders roll with deep-fried shrimp and spicy tuna before hacking it into pieces with a cutlass and serving it on a wooden plank. As for traditional cooked dishes, the culinary team charbroils fresh salmon steaks for teriyaki plates and deep-fries tempura-style shrimp and vegetables.

At the Davis location, a red accent wall behind the bar vivifies the selection of Japanese sake and beer. The Folsom restaurant boasts a marble-topped sushi bar and wooden columns painted in a whimsical purple. Dotted with flat-screen televisions, the Roseville location has a casual vibe.

9600 Fairway Dr
Roseville,
CA
US

The brainchild of an iron chef with more than 30 years of restaurant experience, Susumu Japanese Steakhouse dazzles diners with hibachi-style fare prepared tableside with fresh ingredients and show-stopping cooking methods. Nighttime noshers take a front-row seat to the spectacle of Susumu’s trained chefs twirling knives, flipping eggs, and constructing active onion volcanoes on the sizzling grill. Lemon chicken, teriyaki beef, hibachi prawn, and veggie specialties sputter and pop tableside like Thomas Edison’s short-lived invention, the electrified tablecloth, setting the stage for inventive desserts, such as tempura ice cream or banana spring rolls. The sushi bar’s chilled appetizers and rolled samplers provide a delicious alternative to grilled entrees, and a yakiniku menu features Japanese barbeque.

1811 Douglas Blvd
Roseville,
CA
US

When sushi chef Kenro-San moved to America in the 1970s, he toted along his sushi-rolling acumen and a veteran's flair for traditional Japanese delicacies. Now, behind a marble, L-shaped sushi bar, his agile hands interlace yellowtail, unagi, and Spanish mackerel with crunchy cucumbers and avocados, creating fresh nigiri and robust maki rolls. The dining room's suspended lamps cast light upon Japanese figurines and paintings, and illuminate Kenro-San's thinly sliced beef dishes, crispy tempuras, and soba-noodle soups, the latter of which are comforting enough to console an uprooted weeping willow.

1079 Sunrise Ave
Roseville,
CA
US

Hailing from Brazil, where he witnessed his Japanese mother bind sushi at home, Taka Watanabe sharpened his sea-fare-swaddling skills under the tutelage of a Japan-born sushi expert. At Taka's Sushi, Californian twists wheedle their way into a menu that offers nigiri topped with fresh-water eel or Spanish mackerel, depending on the season and the fish's hectic schedule of social appearances. Chopsticks shuttle sushi such as the Ziggy roll—a soy-wrapped cocoon bulging with deep-fried soft-shell crab and a fiery garlic-avocado sauce—and seared duck from plate to palate.

11773 Fair Oaks Blvd
Fair Oaks,
CA
US

On pearly white plates, heaping Angus burgers arrive steaming on their sturdy rolls alongside crispy fixings. It’s also not uncommon for bacon, guacamole, and pastrami to find their way onto Jasper’s specialty burgers, which are often accompanied by crispy French fries and hand-scooped milk shakes on the side. Chicken, beef, and lamb gyros are heaped high, while housemade dark chocolate baklava satisfies sweet tooths. In the retro dining room, eaters slip into old-fashioned leather booths or twirl atop brushed steel stools as they enjoy those and other sizzling, old-fashioned drive-in-style favorites. Since taking over in 2012, new owner Sam has made a point of sweetening up the menu with his family’s secret recipe for Jubilee Everything Cake. Diners can also satisfy dessert needs with cupcakes shaped like miniature burgers that are actually made of moist cake, served with cake “fries,” and dusted with sugar and red icing “ketchup.”

6720 Madison Ave
Fair Oaks,
CA
US