Japanese Restaurants in Virginia

Sushi and Pan-Asian Dinner at Volcano Sushi & China Bistro (Up to 60% 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 $9.50

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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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Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four at Sushi Rock (40% Off)

Sushi Rock

Court House

Sample the sushi chef’s 15 signature styles of maki rolls paired with specialty cocktails and sake

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Asian Food for Takeout or Delivery from Sticky Togogo

Sticky Togogo

The Fan

The pickup and delivery version of popular sushi spot Sticky Rice serves Asian-inspired burgers and barbecue, noodle dishes, and maki

$20 $12

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All-You-Can-Eat Lunch or Dinner at Sushi King (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Sushi King

Multiple Locations

All-you-can-eat sushi restaurant serves up plates of seaweed salad, sweet Tokyo rolls with mango and fried banana, and spicy tuna rolls

$30 $15

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Sushi and Japanese Food at Lime Maki House (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Lime Maki House

Centreville

Fill up on delicate sushi and sashimi or choose a hot meal such as Korean spicy pork

$20 $11

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$22 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Nikko Sushi & Hibachi

Nikko Sushi & Hibachi

Reston

Nigiri sushi and specialty maki rolls complement hibachi meals of teriyaki chicken, steak, and shrimp

$40 $22

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$29 for a Japanese Prix-Fixe Meal at Honey Pig Izakaya ($59 Value)

Honey Pig Izakaya

Annandale

Enjoy a sampling of Japanese cuisine with bits of nigiri, sushi rolls, shrimp and veggie tempura, and pork belly or bulgogi

$59 $29

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$22 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Hibachi Cuisine at Otani Japanese Steak & Seafood

Otani Japanese Steak & Seafood

Multiple Locations

Fresh seafood rolled in creative signature sushi rolls, and fire-kissed steak from the hibachi grill

$40 $22

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$22 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Hibachi Cuisine at Otani Japanese Steak & Seafood

Otani Japanese Steak & Seafood

Multiple Locations

Fresh seafood rolled in creative signature sushi rolls, and fire-kissed steak from the hibachi grill

$40 $22

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Japanese Dinner for Two or Four, 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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Sushi and Asian Food at Fire Ninja Modern Asian Cuisine & Sushi (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Fire Ninja Modern Asian Cuisine & Sushi

Northwest Virginia Beach

Entrees inspired by Japanese, Thai, and Chinese cuisine, including spicy sushi rolls

$20 $11

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$14 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food at Yu-Mi Sushi

Yu-Mi Sushi Japanese Cuisine Restaurant

Great Bridge

Japanese eatery specializes in food that goes down well with drinks, from fresh sushi to teriyaki-glazed steak

$30 $14

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Pan-Asian Cuisine for Dinner at Zen Bistro & Wine Bar (Up to 43% Off)

Zen Bistro & Wine Bar

Pentagon Row

Sushi, tapas, and entrees inspired by the diverse cooking traditions of Asia

$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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Pan-Asian Cuisine at Asia Bistro- Pentagon Row (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Asia Bistro

Pentagon Row

Pan-Asian spread includes fresh sushi, Chinese stir-fry, spicy Penang curry, and Korean bone-in ribs

$30 $17

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Whether they're delicately rolling rice around veggies and seafood or arranging a visually arresting plate, Soya Sushi Bar & Bistro's culinary experts approach every step of their sushi making with artistry. They fill rolls with ingredients such as quail eggs and fatty tuna and craft california roll variations such as the Lion King, a cali roll with caviar sauce, which never fails to send guests home with a hankering for Elton John's unique brand of adult-contemporary piano rock. Sushi aside, chefs douse Chilean sea bass in a sweet miso sauce, whip up classic tempura udon, and pair stir-fried veggies with hibachi-style lobster tail, chicken, and scallops. Meals unfold in the oceanfront restaurant's serene dining room, which surrounds guests with Japanese-inspired decor.

225 Laskin Rd
Virginia Beach,
VA
US

Sushi chefs marry presentation and flavor in each roll they craft, striving to create a lineup of maki that is as aesthetically appealing as it is delicious. Inside the Tokyo Love Story roll, they intertwine two tempura-battered shrimps before layering in lobster salad, fresh mango, and sweet milk sauce. In their popular “OMG” roll, they pair seared tuna with salmon, eel, and a zesty mustard sauce. Cooks in the kitchen whip up teriyaki and noodle dishes over open flames, which are preferable to the flames that leave Gone Kindlin’ signs in their absence. They also host special events on occasion, such as four-course wine-tasting dinners.

411 Granby St
Norfolk,
VA
US

Though shoji screens, wall-mounted Japanese fans, and natural-wood tones lend a calming simplicity to the decor, Geisha Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar doesn't lack for spectacle. At hibachi stations, chefs entertain diners with witty banter and flashy knife skills as they sear orders of filet mignon, scallops, or lobster tail on the tables' hot-grill surfaces. Behind a wooden bar, sushi chefs adopt a more reserved stance, quietly accessorizing maki with premium ingredients, including shitake mushrooms, spicy sesame oil, and pickled radish.

741 Eden Way N
Chesapeake,
VA
US

At Hikaru Sushi, seasoned chefs mold the sea's freshest specimens into more than 70 types of maki and nigiri. In addition to constructing classic California rolls from crab sticks and cucumbers, they whisk taste buds to the frontier of the sushi realm with colorful fruit maki and a deep-fried Virginia roll stuffed with asparagus, cream cheese, and yellowtail. The eponymous Hikaru bento box pairs a choice of five sushi rolls with hot teriyaki and an Asian amuse-bouche such as gyoza or shumai, and the Hikaru maki teams crispy shrimp tempura with a mayo that has more kick than a Rockette who took tae kwon do lessons as a child. To end the meal on a sweet note, guests can nibble desserts such as mango sherbet and tempura ice cream on the restaurant's outdoor patio.

2200 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington,
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

Prasit "Ken" Khachenrum's culinary journey spans more than 11,000 miles. In his native Thailand, the young chef began mastering the dishes of his home soil at Grand Hyatt Hotel in Bangkok. Later, after landing a position with Commodore Cruise Lines, the globetrotting Khachenrum continued plying his skills while sailing beneath the Caribbean sun. Upon deciding to settle in Washington, DC, Chef Ken worked through the city's restaurant scene on his way to becoming sushi chef at Yosaku Japanese Restaurant, opening his first restaurant in Yorktown in 2002, and finally, opening Thaijindesu. Thaijindesu—translated from the Japanese word "romanji," meaning "Thai people"—invites guests into an elegant spiral of Thai and Japanese flavors. Chef Ken places bowls of steaming noodles and curries beside fresh rolls of sushi, uniting regional nuances on a single menu rather than uniting two menus with Velcro.

2180 William Styron Sq S
Newport News,
VA
US