Japanese Restaurants in Piqua

44% Off at Tanuki Japanese Steakhouse Sushi & Bar

Tanuki Japanese Steakhouse Sushi & Bar


$32 $18


Chefs sizzle meats on hibachi grills or stuff sushi rolls with honey wasabi and popcorn shrimp

50% Off Japanese Cuisine at Shoku


Grandview Heights

$30 $15


Japanese and pan-Asian cuisine celebrated in hand-rolled sushi, chili-flecked prawns, and hot-stone bibimbap

50% Off Sushi and Thai Food at The Foreign Exchange

The Foreign Exchange


$12 $6


Thai dishes include Thai curries with custom spice levels, sweet-and-sour salmon, and more than 50 different sushi rolls

40% Off Japanese Food at Iron Chef Grill

Iron Chef Grill

Symmes Township

$50 $30


Hibachi chefs grill shrimp, salmon, and calamari steak with theatrical flair at tableside grills

52% Off Japanese Cuisine at Fuji Steak House

Fuji Steakhouse


$25 $12

Chefs show their chops tableside, grilling gourmet meats from steak to scallops hibachi style or hand-crafting sashimi and sushi

40% Off Asian Food at Mr. Sushi

Mr. Sushi

Central Business District

$50 $30

Pan-Asian cuisine, including sushi, noodle dishes, teriyaki and bul kogi

Up to 43% Off at Miyako Sushi & Steakhouse

Miyako Sushi & Steakhouse

Crescent Springs

$30 $17


Hibachi chefs flip seafood or steak on 10 hibachi grills and roll fresh ingredients into sushi bundles in front of diners

50% Off at Sushi Thai

Sushi Thai

South Columbus

$30 $15


Sushi, curries, fried rice, and other Asian staples served in a stylish modern dining room

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The food at Wild Ginger Japanese Restaurant bursts with color. Sushi chefs slice and stack multihued ingredients in more than two dozen specialty rolls, such as the Green Lawn roll covered in bright-green tobiko. Golden sauces cover Thai-influenced curries. And sizzling woks turn shrimp bright pink, much like arguments about whether or not they're basically the same thing as prawns. These and other dishes pop against the dining room's restrained decor, which includes charcoal-hued floors and dark wood accents.

1726 Hilliard Rome Rd

Blue Ginger’s chefs have no shortage of sources when they need inspiration for their next dish. Rather than limit their scope to a single region or country, they scan recipe books from across Asia and pick out their favorites as starting points. Some of the recipes they dig up date back centuries, but they’re more interested in looking toward the future than dwelling on the past.

It’s certainly a bright future they envision—one in which the best elements of various Asian cuisines have joined forces in the same dishes. There are even some influences from outside Asia that make it into the mix, as the duck fajitas and pan-roasted chilean sea bass will attest. This inclusive spirit isn’t just limited to the food. An extensive drink menu features imported beers, martinis blended with sake, and cocktails stirred with miniature world flags.

6234 Sawmill Rd

Four Citysearchers give Shi Chi Japanese Steakhouse an average of five stars, five TripAdvisors give it an average of 4.5 owl eyes, and four Google Mappers give it an average of four stars:

6377 Sawmill Rd

Genji’s menu of traditional hibachi-style grill cuisine fires up the senses with a memorable dining experience that focuses on a sizzling grill and skilled chef dazzling diners with knife wielding dexterity. Stop in for lunch or dinner, grab a drink, listen to the fragrant aromas, and savor a helping of Genji sesame chicken ($15.99, dinner menu only), calamari ($5.99), or a N.Y. steak and scallops dinner ($19.99, dinner menu only). All dinners include a Japanese Shoyu soup, Genji salad, shrimp appetizer, vegetables, steamed rice, and tableside entertainment. Gaze at the grill in wonder, or simply watch the culinary flames flicker your pocket-sized scrying pool.

5874 Sawmill Rd

An article on ThisWeek details the journey Benson Yu took from spending a dozen years working in sushi restaurants to striking out on his own. For Ronin Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar, Yu personally engineered more than 40 specialty maki rolls, including the Lollipop roll: yellowtail, salmon, crab, and avocado, wrapped in thin cucumber. As the owner and head chef, he curates the massive menu of both sushi and Asian-fusion cuisine, featuring classics such as general-tso's chicken, and original compositions, such as tropical fried rice tossed with spicy curry. The article on ThisWeek details how Ronin—which means "maverick samurai" in Japanese—features a dining room spanning 1,800 square feet, where diners sip on hot and cold sake and imported beer while practicing chop-stick skills or using forks like they’re chopsticks.

6100 Parkcenter Cir

Sushi.Com's adept chefs craft a menu of traditional raw and cooked Japanese fare, replete with fresh ingredients. Seafood mavens artfully decorate square and oval ceramic plates with maki rolls such as crunchy tuna, spicy salmon, and shrimp tempura ($4+). A la carte sushi or sashimi plates carry duos of smoked salmon, tofu, or barbecued eel ($3.75+) to tables, where they perform flavorful duets for taste buds. Meanwhile, sips of wine or sake accompany bowls of udon or soba noodles ($10.95), or a steaming dish of beef teriyaki ($15.95), highlighting flavors, washing down bites, and inspiring conversations about renaming a first born child "Pinot Grigio".

7160 Muirfield Dr