Japanese Restaurants in Santa Clara

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3431 El Camino Real
Santa Clara,
CA
US

2634 Homestead Rd
Santa Clara,
CA
US

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, House of Genji has been serving fresh Japanese fare with flair from its menu of titillating tappan-style dishes (which include soup, salad, vegetables, and rice) and artfully rolled sushi since 1971. Grab a cocktail at the bar and marvel at the chef’s knife skills, flipping finesse, and bold disregard of your mother’s threats to ground him as he playfully executes table tricks and nimbly tosses each succulent morsel onto your plate with bite-sized precision. The tableside entertainment and modern décor make House of Genji an ideal venue for social gatherings, though customers should be aware that a 15% gratuity will be added for parties of seven or more.

1335 N 1st St
San Jose,
CA
US

The family-owned and family-operated sushi shop has been slinging high-quality fish into the mouths of omega-3-craving San Joseans at their new location in Willow Glen since 2009. Traditional and creative concoctions inhabit the extensive lunch and dinner menus. Starters such as the ika kara-age, with its tender, fried Monterey calamari and balsamic soy sauce ($5.25), offer a pleasing beginning to any meal. Redeem your Groupon Tuesday–Thursday for a complimentary edamame appetizer. The Sushi combination dinner ($16.25), which includes one entree plus your choice of two rolls (choose from California, tekka, and kappa), makes a perfect base to absorb any of Yuki Sushi's sakes. A bountiful selection of bento combos are available. Noodle lovers will slurp sublimely from their selection of udons and sobas, and herbivores can peruse the fish-free vegetarian entrees for a selection of palate pleasers. For those preferring a dash of color in their carbs, brown rice is also available.

1140 Lincoln Ave
San Jose,
CA
US

415 N Mary Ave
Sunnyvale,
CA
US

Despite a tucked-away location inside the Ramada Silicon Valley, Infused Sushi & Tri-Burger attracts customers into its spacious, brightly lit dining room with the promise of zesty, Asian-American fusion. In the kitchen, traditional Japanese flavors mingle with American classics to yield customer favorites such as the Japanese-style fried chicken and the Tri burger, which piles sautéed mushrooms and onions atop a triangular patty and bun. Chefs flaunt artistic talents behind a lengthy sushi bar, wowing onlookers with gorgeous cuts of fish and their elementary school artwork. Open until midnight on most nights, the eatery serves appetizers and shakes house cocktails until closing.

1217 Wildwood Ave
Sunnyvale,
CA
US