Japanese Restaurants in New York City

Japanese Food for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar (Up to 50% Off). Five Options Available.

Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar


$25 $14

Small plates, such as aged tofu, whet appetites for traditional and specialty sushi rolls stuffed with fresh seafood from tuna to sea urchin

$33 for a Sushi Dinner for Two with Appetizer, Sushi Rolls, and Drinks at Mizu Japanese & Thai Cuisine (Up to $56 Value)

Mizu Japanese & Thai Cuisine

Flatiron District

$56 $33


After an appetizer, twosomes enjoy sushi rolls stuffed with seafood such as black-pepper tuna, shrimp tempura, and fried soft-shell crab

Sushi Meal with Appetizers and Regular and Specialty Rolls for 2 or 4 at Amcook Fusion Cuisine (Up to60% Off)

Amcook Fusion Cuisine

Amcook Fusion Cuisine

$73 $35


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

Sushi Dinner for Two or Four with Appetizers, Special Rolls, and Hand Rolls at Fujiyama (54% Off)


Upper East Side

$64 $30


Creative and classic sushi rolls follow traditional Japanese appetizers

$26 for Two Hours of All-You-Can-Eat Sushi and Three Drinks at Kumo Sushi ($44 Value)

Kumo Sushi

West Village

$44 $26


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

$30 for $60 or $60 for $120 Worth of Pan-Asian Food and Sushi at Fusha

Fusha East

Midtown East

$60 $30

Influenced by Malaysia, Thailand, India, and Vietnam, chefs whip up spicy tempura chicken, steak teriyaki, and 40+ types of sushi rolls

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The casual attitude at Ginger, in the East Village, begins with the lemongrass-green sign out front and continues inside on the bright red and yellow walls. There’s also plenty of color on the plates, especially in dishes like the teriyaki salmon fillet, the tuna tartare, the octopus salad and the citrus and jalapeño-sauced sashimi splash, served in a martini glass. At the sushi bar, there are more than 30 types of rolls, including the Rocco, with banana and eel; Rooster, with spicy king crab and tobiko; and S & M, with spicy mango and shrimp. The restaurant’s charm crosses over to the check, which comes with a complimentary dollop of ginger ice cream.

109 1st Ave
New York,

Chefs at Ichiro Japanese Restaurant gently close scrolls of seaweed and rice around fresh slices of white tuna, soft-shell crab, and spicy salmon behind a sushi bar. Steam jets up like ghostly flowers from hibachi grills laden with scallops, lobster, and chicken, and spatulas clatter across the hot surfaces with the metallic sound of a knight in shining armor checking for his car keys. The aroma of udon noodles with broth and sounds of sake glasses clicking together travel throughout the restaurant.

1694 2nd Ave
New York,

The chefs at Iron Sushi hand-roll cylindrical comestibles at both Upper East Side and East Village locations. Classic, vegetarian, and jumbo-size specialty rolls form vortexes that suspend filleted and shelled seafood, tropical fruit, space, time, and lush vegetables. Additional specialties range from teriyaki entrees to udon-noodle soup.

212 E 10th St
New York,

Comfy black leather couches. A sleek bar stocked with top-shelf liquors. A labyrinth of pool tables and Ping-Pong courts. The Billiard Company is the den you always wished your grandparents had, unless your grandfather was James Bond, in which case his den was a little more intriguing. Guests enjoy table sports, bar food, and a casual yet swanky ambiance seven days a week until 4 a.m.

7011 Austin St
Forest Hills,

Whether Kumo Sushi's diners explore a cornucopia of fresh, high-quality ingredients with their chopsticks, plucking expertly rolled sushi and chicken, fish, and beef entrees. Sake and beer pair neatly with hand rolls, maki, and specialty rolls filled with everything from alligator to mango, or seared morsels of hibachi-style beef and lobster.

47 11 Northern Blvd
Long Island City,

TS Ma is a fully loaded Sushi Wonderland offering the best in freshly prepared sushi in Hells Kitchen. Be sure to catch the lunch specials and take advantage of the many great deals that TS Ma has to offer. By night, TS Ma is magically transformed into a fully stocked bar-lounge. We’re open late, so come down and enjoy!

480 9th Ave
New York,

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