Japanese Restaurants in Tribeca

Up to 50% Off at Sakebar SHiGURE

Sakebar SHiGURE

Tribeca

$40 $20

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15 types of shochu and 50 kinda of sake with Japanese food

UP to 50% Off at Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar

Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar

Downtown

$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

41% Off Sushi at Kumo Sushi

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

Up to 56% Off Sushi Meal for Two or Four at Ozu

Ozu

Brooklyn Heights

$63 $30

Sushi filled with inventive combinations of fresh ingredients paired with appetizers, sake or specialty cocktails, and mochi ice cream

50% Off Asian Cuisine at Saketumi Asian Bistro

Saketumi Asian Bistro

Brooklyn Heights

$30 $15

Wide selection of pan-Asian dishes from Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, and India

Half Off at Ani Sushi

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 41% Off Sushi Dinner at Mizu Japanese & Thai Cuisine

Mizu Japanese & Thai Cuisine

Flatiron District

$56 $33

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

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

Sushi House of Hoboken

Hoboken

$25 $12

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

Up to 64% Off Sake Class with Sushi

Synesthesia NYC

West Village

$136 $49

Sample premium sake and fresh sushi during class held at Bamboo 52

42% Off Pan-Asian Food and Sushi at Fusha

Fusha

Midtown East

$60 $35

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

Up to 60% Off Sushi Meal at Amcook Fusion Cuisine

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

Fujiyama

Upper East Side

$64 $30

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Creative and classic sushi rolls follow traditional Japanese appetizers

Up to 58% Off Prix-Fixe Meal at Oriental Cafe New York

Oriental Cafe New York

Upper East Side

$69.35 $29

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Intimate café blends Chinese and Japanese appetizers and entrees in a single menu including sushi and stir-fries

Up to 56% Off Sake and Sushi Meals at Taijiyama Sushi and Thai

Taijiyama Sushi and Thai

New York

$56 $25

Pair glasses of sake or martinis with a Japanese appetizer and specialty sushi rolls; option for take-out or delivery

40% Off at Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Brooklyn

$20 $12

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

50% Off at Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse

Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Chefs sear tender steak and salmon filets on hibachi grills, slice ocean-fresh seafood for sushi rolls, and serve up kobe beef sliders

50% Off Japanese Fusion Cuisine & Sushi at Fushimi

Brooklyn Bay Ridge Fushimi Modern Japanese Cusine and Lounge

Bay Ridge

$60 $30

Skilled chefs whip up Japanese-inspired entrees and sushi rolls at this Zagat -rated and Michelin-recommended eatery

Up to 52% Off Sushi at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Cucumber Sushi

$60 $29

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

40% Off Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Toro Sushi Bar

Toro Sushi Bar

Upper Montclair

$30 $18

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Chef channels Japanese culinary training to wrap 18 specialty sushi rolls such as Garden State and July 4 alongside authentic entrée

Up to 58% Off a Sushi Meal at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Cucumber Sushi + Salad Bar

Amboy Rd.

$53 $25

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

Up to 50% Off Fusion Cuisine at Laverne of Great Neck

Laverne of Great Neck

Great Neck Plaza

$30 $15

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Japanese, French, and Thai cuisines overlap culinary worlds; voted among the top of Long Island's fusion restaurants

50% Off at Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Chefs sizzle fried rice, steak, and seafood at table-side hibachi grills or wrap up 24 house-special sushi rolls

Up to 45% Off Sushi and Japanese Food at Oishii

Oishii

Fairfield

$20 $11

Diners can dig into nearly four dozen sushi rolls and a variety of other dishes, such as steak and lobster hibachi meals and salmon teriyaki

Up to 55% Off at Daimatsu Japanese Sushi Bar

Daimatsu Japanese Sushi Bar

Mountainside

$44 $20

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Chef Masatomo Soma prepares a medley of exquisite sashimi and seafood as well as homestyle teriyaki, katsu, and donburi dishes

Select Local Merchants

Located on the second floor of Tribeca restaurant MEGU, M Lounge's swank, nightclub-like atmosphere comes with a striking view. An 800-pound temple bell and a Buddha ice sculpture dominate the dining room below its sleek balcony. The lounge itself doesn't lack for opulent decor, either—300 rolls of antique kimono fabric line the low-slung walls.

An American-style bar with Japanese flair, M Lounge translates MEGU's style into casual atmosphere. Patrons can pick from a long list of craft cocktails, including Japanese-inspired takes on the margarita and the bellini, or opt for bottle service as they recline on plush couches. Waitresses will also deliver dishes from an extensive food menu, which includes Megu's original kobe beef burger.

62 Thomas St
New York,
NY
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The chef at this 9-table spot gives nearly as much thought to the presentation of his kaiseki dishes as to the food itself. Named for a famous Japanese potter, the restaurant offers up its ever-changing cuisine in intricately carved ceramic vessels, plates, and chalices. Even the chopsticks are eye catching, hand-carved from red cedar in Kyoto.

141 Duane Street
New York,
NY
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Don’t come to this Japanese-American-Korean fusion restaurant looking for a simple bowl of noodles. The ramen here comes in seven savory or spicy varieties, from a seafood version served with head-on shrimp and manila clams to a warning-level spicy soup made from a pork base and topped with tofu, pickled ginger, clams, and nori.

77 Hudson Street
New York,
NY
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By combining the food and drink selection of a traditional Japanese izakaya with the modern ambiance of a metropolitan cocktail lounge, Sakebar SHiGURE creates a low-key, inviting atmosphere intended to lure in passersby. It's an "antidote to East Village sake dives," according to New York magazine, which also described it as "accessible to both the rice wine aficionado and the shochu novice." The drink menu does seem to be a source of pride for Sakebar SHiGURE, featuring 14 types of shochu as well as 40 different rice wines—including many from small-batch producers according to Time Out New York. To accompany these tipples, the lounge serves small, shareable plates such as grilled edamame until as late as 1 a.m.

With its intimate lighting, exposed brickwork, and palette of warm earth tones, Sakebar SHiGURE's decór exudes a calming spirit ideally suited for casual conversation. Despite being somewhat contemporary, the space also features a handful of traditional touches including posters of vintage-style Japanese advertisements. One wall even features a massive, black and white mural of Japan with each of the country's prefectures outlined, numbered, and given a unique nickname.

277 Church St
New York,
NY
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Sushein's sushi will slip right through your fingers if you're not fast enough. A rotating conveyer belt, like an airport carousel full of tiny, brightly colored edible luggage, carries the super-fresh morsels past diners, who can pluck up the rolls of their choice as they approach. Wildly popular in Japan, this processes, known as Kaiten-style sushi, allows diners to sample many different kinds of rolls in a lively and whimsical environment. White blown-glass chandeliers illuminate the bite-laden conveyer belt as diners watch from their perches in stylish white booths and white tables. Flat-screens broadcast anything from the game to late-night shows on Saturday, when Sushein’s sushi scoots by diners until 1 a.m.

325 Broadway
New York,
NY
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The party professionals at Biny Karaoke Bar thrill guests with karaoke, rotating drink specials, and Japanese fusion fare. Diners situated in one of seven private karaoke rooms or the restaurant's fluorescently decorated main lounge can choose one of more than 20,000 songs to sing while munching on sushi rolls, indulging in innovative Japanese entrees such as salmon teriyaki or tonkatsu, or air-drumming with chopsticks. Karaoke songs span from 1960 to present day and are available in multiple languages.

8 Thompson St
New York,
NY
US