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Japanese Fusion Cuisine for Two, Four, or Six from Miso's On Main (Up to 43% Off)

Miso's On Main

Greenville

Classic maki with spicy salmon, crab, avocado, and cream cheese or fusion delights such as shrimp tacos, tuna sliders, or scallops and bacon

$40 $25

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$11 for $22 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food for Dinner at Hana Japanese Restaurant

Hana Japanese Restaurant

Downtown Asheville

A large selection of sushi rolls, noodle bowls, and hibachi-cooked cuisine

$22 $11

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Dine-In or Carryout for Two or Four at Inoko Sushi Express (Up to 40% Off)

Inoko Sushi Express

Athens-Clarke County unified government (balance)

Classic and creative sushi rolls, plus a wide array of Japanese entrees and hibachi dinners

$20 $12

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$17 for $ Worth of Sushi and Pan-Asian Fare for Dinner at Emzy Sushi Bar and Asian Kitchen

Emzy Sushi Bar and Asian Kitchen

Second Ward

Spicy curry and Treasure in the Pot complement Thai Ceviche and Tuna Toast—spicy tuna served on toasted garlic bread

$30 $17

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$30 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food at Red Ginger

Red Ginger

Uptown

Japanese steakhouse with classic hibachi entrees, like filet mignon, and specialty sushi, with ingredients such as BBQ eel

$40 $30

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$17 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Eight Sushi Asian Kitchen

Eight Sushi Asian Kitchen

Charlotte

Sushi rolls filled with crab, tempura shrimp, and bacon, served alongside udon and tea-smoked duck dumplings

$30 $17

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Sushi and Hibachi-Style Japanese Cuisine at Fujimi Sushi and Japanese Steak House (Up to 48% Off)

Fujimi Sushi and Japanese Steak House

Matthews

Chefs sear filet mignon and lobster tails on a hibachi grill and roll sushi with fatty tuna, salmon, and scallops

$25 $13

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• For $17, you get $35 worth of Japanese fare and sushi during dinner. • For $8, you get $16 worth of Japanese fare and sushi during lunch. Irashiai's chefs parade an extensive menu of handmade sashimi, nigiri, and maki before diners in the restaurant's new location. Black-caviar sashimi ($3.50 for lunch, $3.75 for dinner) admits diners into elegance like a butler's secret handshake, and nigiri aficionados can sample sticky rice topped with such offerings as fried oyster ($2.00) or shrimp ($1.50). The island roll with panko fried tuna, citrus tobiko, and ponzu sauce ($6.95) tickles taste buds with tropical flavors without committing the faux pas of eating a lei. Yakisoba sautéed with thin egg noodles ($8.50) brims with chicken and veggies captured before they could set out on their morning swim, and a wide variety of bento boxes and lunch combos frolics beneath the restaurant's wasabi-green walls.

115 Pelham Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

In addition to various authentic dishes, Sushi Hana rolls up more than 100 different varieties of sushi to appease seaweed-faring palettes. After memorizing the menu, sink incisors into sushi staples such as yellow-tail hamachi, California rolls, and vegetable rolls, or hunker down with Sushi Hana's signature rolls, such as the Yellow Submarine (mango, cream cheese, and avocado topped with yellow tail and pickled jalapeno slices, $9.75), the Master Roshi's Banana Boat (crab, banana, cream cheese, walnuts, tempura fried and served with Hana gravy, $7.45), or the Tokyo Tower (eel, mozzarella cheese, avocado, egg, fried w/sliced almonds and served on pesto cream sauce, $14.95). Seafood seekers not so stable on their sushi legs can opt for a Japanese grilled-fish dish, such as the Chilean sea bass ($7.95), while meat eaters can hang a fang on the curry-chicken rice bowl ($11.95).

765 Haywood Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

At Sogo Fusion, monkey rolls come arranged in tidy rows across a square plate, piled high with mounds of tempura seafood that lend the rolls the appearance of squat, tiny huts. The monkey roll is just one of dozens of artfully arranged platters. Chefs strive to match their creative presentations with equally inspired ingredients: tempura-battered seafood stars in many of the rolls, a crisp and savory batter complementing the bright flavors of mango and kiwi. In addition to sushi, they grill up Japanese hibachi entrees and simmer spicy Thai curries, which ensure that chopsticks stay too busy to assist with diners’ walrus impressions.

1840 Hendersonville Rd.
Asheville,
NC
US

Ganbei is a Japanese word often said before downing a drink, the same way Americans would say "cheers!" Like its namesake phrase, Ganbei the restaurant conjures an open, congenial atmosphere. The dining room’s modern design lends itself to vibrant nightlife: behind a sleek black bar, liquor bottles glow against a backdrop of neon-green lights; neon-blue chandeliers, like the night’s most dedicated partygoers, dangle from the ceiling.

But the most impressive decor arrives on the stark white plates of the restaurant's menu. Sauces drizzle at angles across specialty rolls such as the Godzilla, a bundle of tempura shrimp, cucumber, cream cheese, and avocado sprinkled with tempura flakes. Sweet shrimp erupt out of the center of a plate, positioned at an angle, and wooden boats creak with the weight of expertly cut sashimi.

5580 Sunset Blvd
Lexington,
SC
US

The culinary authors at Utage Athens Sushi Bar compose compelling nonfiction masterpieces about tasty Japanese cuisine. The 10-piece lobster-roll dish, a maki plate, weaves avocado, cucumber, lettuce, and masago into a flavorful fabric of deep-fried lobster ($12.50). Utage stultifies hunger with 26 varieties of authentic raw nigiri, one for each human sense.

440 E Clayton St
Athens,
GA
US

Sushi fans will find plenty of familiar favorites at Inoko Sushi Express, including standards like spicy tuna rolls, tempura crab-stuffed spider rolls, and fresh avocado rolls. But the chefs here also put their own creative spin on sushi, whipping up bagel rolls stuffed with salmon and cream cheese, and reconstructing an old staple, the California roll, by breading and deep-frying the entire thing. Beyond sushi, they also craft traditional Japanese entrees like chicken katsu, or hibachi specialties like chicken and mango teriyaki. And they don't just cater to the lunch- and dinner-time crowds: three nights a week, Inoko Sushi Expres stays open until 1 a.m., tempting night owls and jet-lagged early birds with a special late-night menu.

2301 College Station Rd
Athens,
GA
US