Las Vegas hotels are often synonymous with fine dining, and such is the case for the Las Vegas Japanese restaurants located within. Perhaps the most well-known is Nobu at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, whose sushi, South American–inspired dishes, and famed black cod with miso are made with ingredients flown in daily. At MGM Grand Las Vegas’s Shibuya, surf-and-turf teppanyaki joins more than 125 sakes and decadent gyoza with foie gras and Wagyu beef. If you’re looking for things to do in Vegas off the Strip, try the kid-friendly—and world’s largest—Benihana, where a Japanese village sets the stage for theatrical grill masters. Or head to Chinatown for Monta Ramen, where flavorful tonkotsu broth is far more than a vessel for melt-in-your-mouth roast pork.