Japanese Restaurants in Short Pump

Japanese Dinner for Two or Four Adults, or for Takeout on Sunday–Thursday at Hiro Sushi Japanese Cuisine (Up to 43% Off)

Hiro Sushi Japanese Cuisine

Bon Air

Sushi restaurant whips up fresh, hand-rolled maki, stacks tempura shrimp, chicken teriyaki, and pork katsu

$30 $17

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Omakase Dining Experience for Four, or $25 for $40 Worth of New American Cuisine at Ippin Mono Kitchen

Ippin Mono Kitchen

Newport News

Chef Sylva Senat brings an international flair to traditional Japanese omakase; menu includes sashimi, fried rice, and kobe-beef satay

$40 $25

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$15 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Saisaki Asian Bistro

Saisaki Asian Bistro

Palmer

Sushi rolls stuffed with jalapeno-spiced yellowtail and lobster tail tempura complement Malaysian curries and classic pad thai

$25 $15

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Japanese Food for Two or Four, Valid Sunday–Thursday or Any Day at Tokyo Japanese Steak House (Up to 48% Off)

Tokyo Japanese Steak House

Old Town North

Hibachi-grilled New York strip steaks, salmon, and chicken breast alongside Japanese staples, such as sushi and shrimp teriyaki

$40 $22

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Japanese Cuisine and Sushi at Dinner at Soya Sushi Bar & Bistro (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Soya Sushi - Norfolk

Norfolk

California rolls, hibachi-style lobster tail, and tempura udon

$20 $10

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Sushi and Pan-Asian Dinner at Volcano Sushi & China Bistro (Up to 50% Off)

Volcano Sushi & China Bistro

Norfolk

Chefs construct more than 30 specialty maki rolls and 35 classic, spicy, and vegetarian rolls; hot entrees include teriyaki and yakisoba

$20 $12

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International Seafood Sushi Cuisine at Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet

Norfolk

All-you-can-eat Japanese sushi seafood buffet offers everything from sushi and hibachi-grilled beef to appetizers and desserts

$50 $30

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$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi at Yu-Mi Sushi Bar and Grill

Yu-Mi Sushi Bar and Grill

Greenbrier East

Specialty rolls include the Sunshine with fried shrimp and lobster salad in a yellow soybean wrap, and the Spicy City with conch

$30 $15

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Here's a tip when visiting Tokyo Sushi: try to grab a seat right at the sushi bar. That's where diners can view the chefs up close and marvel as their skilled hands slice thin sashimi and roll sushi in dozens of combinations. The sushi chefs focus on simplicity and freshness; they rely on in-season ingredients and then let the flavors speak for themselves. Head Chef Huang is the driving force behind this philosophy, and he carries on the traditions he first learned while studying alongside a veteran sushi master.

Beyond the sushi bar, Chef Huang and his kitchen staff grill lobster, pork, and other meats. These proteins form the base of traditional entrees or bento boxes, which, if stacked, would make the most delicious play fort in the world. Tokyo Sushi's drinks aren't an afterthought, either; its sake and beer is imported straight from Japan.

10274 Staples Mill Rd.
Glen Allen,
VA
US

Sushi-O skillfully blends diverse flavors in its Asian fusion cuisine, from the creative sushi it's named after to hearty cooked dishes such as citrus-teriyaki steak. Malaysian sambal paste flavors fried rice, and black-pepper sauce can adorn udon noodles or an 8-ounce filet mignon. Blends of curry lend spice to chicken and seafood dishes. The sushi chefs approach their work with an artistic eye, arranging maki rolls into whimsical shapes such as hearts, scorpions, and President Millard Fillmore. Each meal can be accompanied by drinks such as sake, Japanese beers, and American microbrews.

1228 Alverser Plz
Midlothian,
VA
US

Shrimp tails fly through the air. A flaming onion volcano erupts. Chefs twirl spatulas and basketballs on their fingers. In other words, it’s a typical day at Kobe Japanese Steaks and Sushi, where the hibachi chefs don’t merely make your meal—they also perform a dazzling show for their lunch and dinner guests.

In addition to the wowing diners with their hibachi cooking show, they delight with artfully prepared sushi rolls, drizzling colorful sauces onto salmon-topped rolls or heaping seaweed onto baby squid rolls. These sushi and hibachi dishes, plus noodle and teriyaki dishes, pair with imported Japanese beers and sake cocktails. Located in the heart of downtown Richmond, they also offer parking validation.

19 S 13th St
Richmond,
VA
US

At Kenji Hibachi and Sushi Bar, chefs are masters of every delicious part of Japanese cuisine, from fiery hibachi grill cookery, to delicate sushi creations, to beef noodle soup and chicken rice bowls. Sushismiths roll up seaweed, avocado, salmon, and softshell crab as hibachi chefs dazzle dinner guests with dizzying knifework, towering flames, and perfectly equitable portioning. Wall-sized murals of mountains and cherry blossoms ring the high-ceilinged space, where kimono-clad servers unveil appetizing plates of fried beef dumplings, breaded pork cutlets, and piping hot soba noodle soups.

11740 W Broad St.
Richmond,
VA
US

Located in Richmond, Carytown Sushi is a Japanese café serving several varieties of fresh and delicious sushi. Giving off a hip vibe, college students will find their muse as they chow on sushi and ramen in this intimate atmosphere. Cold and hot sake are a delight to patrons, while Japanese beer selections provide a welcome departure from the typical beverages. Stir fried noodles and soup selections send scrumptious spices to the taste buds, while the hibachi dinners give a hearty feeling in patrons’ stomachs. Get on a roll with a sushi roll or hand roll to get your palette excited. Ask about happy hour specials and learn when to come for special deals on select sushi rolls. Guests can catch their favorite shows and chow down at Carytown Sushi every day of the week.

2923 W Cary St
Richmond,
VA
US

As diners look on, Hiro Sushi Japanese Cuisine?s chefs slice fresh pieces of sashimi, craft special rolls, and hand-roll maki filled with ocean-fresh tuna, salmon, urchin, and mackerel at central counters. Back in the kitchen, surrounded by open flames and the deep disapproval of Poseidon, chefs toil away building traditional Japanese non-sushi dishes, including noodles and fried rice. At lunch, they fill bento boxes with anything from beef or veggie teriyaki and shrimp tempura to crispy chicken wings. During dinner, they sear Chilean seabass on the grill and deep-fry pork tonkatsu. To add a sweet coda to meals, they whip up desserts, such as mochi or tempura-fried treats, such as green tea ice cream or New York?style cheesecake.

9958 Midlothian Tpke
North Chesterfield,
VA
US