Sushi in Sacramento


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  • Ju Hachi by Taka
    When chef Taka Watanabe heads to work every morning, he leaves behind a backyard of clucking pet chickens and sets his sights on scales. Wielding techniques learned from classically trained sushi chef Shige Tokita, Taka slices scallops, salmon, eel, and other fresh catches into sashimi, hand rolls, and bite-sized nigiri. Beyond the bamboo-topped sushi bar, udon and ramen noodles twirl around bamboo, pork, and scallions, and vegetables and calamari dip into crispy tempura. As guests clamp chopsticks around their rolls or strands of seaweed salad, they can admire the showmanship behind the sushi bar, where Taka and his chefs dice and roll before a backdrop of tapestries depicting famous Japanese art, such as Hokusai's The Wave and Takashi Murakami's childhood bedsheets.
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    1730 S St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Tokyo Fro's Rockin' Sushi
    Champions of updating traditional Japanese cuisine via modern flavors and inventive presentation, Tokyo Fro's Rockin' Sushi’s chefs dazzle palates via a menu replete with creative sushi rolls, savory tempura, and desserts that fuse Eastern and Western tastes. The chefs’ dedication to serving only the finest cuts of fish is evidenced in the fresh salmon, mackerel, and tuna delivered fresh to the kitchen six days a week. Within the confines of the bustling kitchen, the crew artfully arranges ingredients such as artichoke hearts, quail eggs, and sautéed fuji apples into aesthetically pleasing dishes or unconventional hats. In addition to sating stomachs, Tokyo Fro’s chefs also guide pupils of all ages through the art of sushi making during regularly scheduled classes.
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    2224 Fair Oaks Blvd.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Nishiki Sushi
    Traditional meets contemporary at Nishiki Sushi: Chefs concoct classic sashimi and nigiri from fresh seafood, such as yellowtail, scallops, and freshwater eel, and they’ve also whipped up more than three dozen innovative specialty rolls. For instance, the Buddha roll has soft-shell-crab tempura wrapped into a tight spool and drizzled with a duet of homemade sauces. The Treasure roll adds a Southern twist—it has barbecue sauce splashed across scallops and comes served on top of a William Faulkner novel. The kitchen team also prepares what they call "Japanese comfort food"—entrees such as ramen noodles, chicken teriyaki, and unagi don, a barbecued freshwater-eel dish.
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    1501 16th St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Suki Sushi
    Suki Sushi offers a fresh approach to traditional sushi rolls. Suki Sushi is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — Suki Sushi has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal. Bring the whole clan to Suki Sushi — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here. Jeans are just right for a meal at Suki Sushi, which embraces a casual vibe. Suki Sushi provides easy access to an adjacent lot. Menu items at Suki Sushi tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
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    7311 W Stockton Blvd
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Kamon Sushi Restaurant
    Situated in the heart of downtown, Kamon Japanese Restaurant's upbeat environment plays host to a cavalcade of fresh-rolled specialty maki and traditional Japanese entrees. Visitors can sidle up to the sushi bar to watch chefs assemble Yakuza rolls, which are stocked with yellowtail, spicy tuna, and avocado before being crowned with barbecue eel. Hot dinners highlight chicken katsu, salmon teriyaki, and pan-fried yakisoba noodles tossed with the customer’s choice of meat.
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    2210 16th St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Azukar Sushi
    The sushi chefs at Azukar Sushi slice and roll more than 65 varieties of sushi and sashimi to order. Dishes such as tataki tuna and seared salmon carpaccio top sleek white tables at the new West El Camino Avenue location, which surrounds diners with plum-colored walls. Chopsticks can also pluck up pieces of nigiri sushi, such as octopus and fried tofu skin, or tap out bell carols on the sushi bar’s cylindrical hanging lamps. Specialty rolls such as the honey-walnut roll with shrimp tempura arrive artfully arranged on white-porcelain plates.
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    1516 West El Camino Ave
    Sacramento, CA US

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