Japanese Restaurants in View Park-Windsor Hills

Sushi and Japanese Food at Yen Sushi ($36 Off). Two Options Available.

Yen Sushi

West Los Angeles

$40 $22

Sushi tacos and Alaskan king crab legs precede orders of sashimi and sushi rolls such as shrimp tempura and spicy tuna

$27 for $40 Worth of Japanese Food — Sen Asian Kitchen

Sen Asian Kitchen

Los Angeles

$40 $27

From the merchant: Come try delicious cuisine from our Japanese and sushi-bar menus, featuring fantastic specialty rolls, katsu, and noodles

Sushi and Japanese Fusion Cuisine at Rok Sushi Kitchen (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Rok Sushi Kitchen

Hermosa Beach

$40 $22


At this bright, two-tiered hot spot chefs pair fusion entrees and 50+ specialty rolls with cocktails made with freshly squeezed juices

$16 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food and Drinks at Zono Sushi

Zono Sushi

City Center

$30 $16


33 signature sushi rolls highlight a lengthy menu of Japanese entrees, bento boxes, and sake

$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Fondue and Drinks at Tokyo Shabu Shabu

Tokyo Shabu Shabu

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

DIY cooking experience combines pot of broth with fresh, preservative-free food, including thin-sliced meat, seafood and veggies

Sushi and Sake for Two or Four at Japon Bistro (Up to 55% Off)

Japon Bistro

West Central

$76 $35

Award-winning restaurant pairs fresh sushi rolls with sake

Sushi for Two or Four at Yen Sushi & Sake Bar (Up to 45% Off)

Yen Sushi & Sake Bar

Belmont Shore

$40 $22


Ample sushi menu pairs king crab, tuna, and salmon with Japanese beer and wine and more than 20 sakes

$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Barbecue at Gyu-Kaku Cerritos



$30 $17


Award-winning Japanese barbecue restaurant seats guests at grill-equipped tables, where diners barbecue high-grade meats and vegetables

Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four at Tomo Sushi (Up to 38% Off)

Tomo Sushi


$30 $20


Chefs artfully plate sushi and sashimi rolls that are just as pleasing to the eyes as they are to the tongue, as well as a lineup of seafood

Japanese Food at Ten Shabu (Up to 41% Off)

Ten Shabu

West Covina

$40 $24


Guests dunk Angus rib eye, pork, or lamb in special hot broth and enjoy it over a bed of rice, vegetables, and udon or vermicelli noodles

Select Local Merchants

Under New management!!! Our other locations include Hikari Sushi in Montebello and Sake House by Hikari in Santa Monica. We strive to serve our customers with the freshest fish and ingredients and ensure that they enjoy the food and the time spent at the restaurant.

9729 Culver Blvd
Culver City,

We are "Brown Rice Sushi" restaurant @ Culver City. We DO NOT use MSG all dishes. And all sushi are Brown Rice w/o extra charge!! It's very small restauant but food quality is as same as 5 stars restaurant.

10834 Washington Blvd
Culver City,

At K-Zo, owner-chef Keizo Ishiba crafts seafood and sushi plates with European panache. Keizo has been classically trained in Japanese and French cuisine, and his menu reflects both influences, often in the same dish. For example, he drizzles small plates of braised Chilean sea bass with a sweet soy sauce, steams clams in sake broth, and serves up fresh bites of Ankimo—monkfish liver, or, as he puts it, "foie gras from the sea." Of course, Keizo also puts his decades of experience toward arranging a long list of sushi options. He layers fish ranging from eel to mackerel atop rice to form nigiri, and prepares maki rolls with fillings such as popcorn shrimp and jalapeño peppers. Guests who hope to sample the full spectrum of his talents can even opt for a five-course prix-fixe meal, which concludes with a hot cup of tea. The restaurant's selection of other drinks covers hot and cold sakes, imported beers, and shochu—a distilled Japanese spirit similar to vodka but with more letters.

9240 Culver Blvd
Culver City,

From the bustling streets of Times Square to the equally vivacious streets of Hong Kong, people walk around with smiles after enjoying the japanese barbecue cuisine at Gyu-Kaku. The restaurant has more than 700 locations worldwide, each rooted in the belief that some of the strongest bonds between friends are forged at the dinner table. Groups dine on a huge variety of Japanese dishes, from popular meat and veggie dishes such as Harami Skirt Steak, Kalbi Short Rib, and Mushroom Medley - to unique Japanese-American appetizers such as the Spicy Tuna Volcano, Pork Gyoza Dumplings, and Chicken Karaage. The real excitement takes place around individual grills, however, where diners can barbecue their own slabs of filet mignon, grilled ahi tuna, or chicken with basil sauce until they are ideally tender or encircled by on-duty firemen.

163 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills,

Gonpachi fashions its menu of authentic Japanese fare and Edomae (Tokyo-style) sushi from locally sourced ingredients, as well as authentic foodstuffs purchased from Tokyo's Tsukiji Market. Gonpachi hand-pounds its soba noodles daily from buckwheat flour threshed and milled on the premises. These freshly noodled noodles can then be served chilled with a dipping sauce as seiro ($8) or in a hot broth as kake soba ($8–$9). Gonpachi in Beverly Hills also practices the slow-cooking robata-style, preparing delicacies such as Chilean sea bass ($6) and bacon-wrapped cherry tomatoes ($3) over the gentle firelight of a traditional oak-charcoal pyramid. On the other end of the cooked spectrum, sushi fans can trap spicy tuna rolls ($5) between the bamboo chopsticks in their hands or the insect pincers on their faces. Chopsticks also protect hands from the flavor explosion of the dynamite roll ($16).

134 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills,


When asked, world-renowned chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa willingly reveals the secret ingredient to every one of his dishes: kokoro, aka "heart." He claims that his unique personality goes into each plate, imbuing it with flavor that can't be replicated, even by someone who has the exact ingredients and instructions. But heart isn't the only key to Nobu's success in cooking: he also cooks smart. His stints at sushi bars on three continents have led to a spicy, experimental streak that combines aspects of Japanese, Peruvian, and Argentinean cuisine and separates his seafood from the pack. That innovation is just one of the reasons why the critically-acclaimed chef has earned no fewer than nine James Beard Award nominations since 1997. A la carte servings of sushi and maki rolls headline the menu at Matsuhisa, but it's the signature hot and cold dishes that draw the eye, from lobster ceviche with limestone lettuce to king crab tempura, spiced with Amazu sauce and jalapenos. Alternatively, Chef Nobu can choose a set of surprising courses for an omakase meal, which encourages diners to sample new, exotic flavors and prepare for a future where the world has run out of cheeseburgers. As for drinks, the Hokusetsu Brewery in Japan crafts sake exclusively for Nobu and his restaurants, and servers pour it by the bottle or glass or mix it into sake martinis with Asian vodka, Japanese pickled ginger, and cucumber.

129 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills,