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From sushi to soba, Voice Places is your guide to Japanese cuisine in New York. Our professional and user reviews and easily searchable listings help you find a restaurant that suits your taste and your price range.

Japanese in New York

  • EN Japanese Brasserie
    435 Hudson St. | Greenwich Village

    There are more than 40 locations of this izakaya-style restaurant in Japan; it¹s too bad not more of them have made their way to the United States. Executive chef Koji Nakan cooks some of the most... More on EN Japanese Brasserie »

  • Neta
    61 W. 8th St. | West Village

    Top-notch sushi doesn't have to be prohibitively expensive or posh. At this stark West Village gem, co-chefs/-owners Jimmy Lau and Nick Kim take their years of serious sushi experience at Masa,... More on Neta »

  • Mission Chinese Food
    154 Orchard St. | East Village

    New Yorkers were thrilled when San Francisco transplant Mission Chinese Food appeared on the Lower East Side, slinging Oklahoma native Danny Bowien's take on Chinese food--which includes extensive... More on Mission Chinese Food »

  • Brushstroke
    30 Hudson St. | Tribeca

    Brushstroke, a noteworthy collaboration between David Bouley and the Tsuji Culinary Institute of Osaka, marks one of the few spots in New York where you can enjoy kaiseki-style dining. That is, a... More on Brushstroke »

  • Sushi Yasuda
    204 E. 43rd St. | East 40s

    Finally, a fit competitor for Kuruma Sushi (7 East 47th Street, 317-2802). Sushi Yasuda in Midtown is all blond woods, accented by a single twig of pink orchids and the green banana leaves on... More on Sushi Yasuda »

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  • Momokawa
    157 E. 28th St. | Gramercy Park

    Momokawa is only one of two Japanese restaurants in town to specialize in the cuisine Kyoto, the capital of Japan before Tokyo. At the heart of the menu are small home-style dishes called obanzai,... More on Momokawa »

  • Kuruma Zushi
    7 E. 47th St. | East 40s

    Toshihiro Uezu is a towering figure on the New York sushi scene, a seafood impresario who surveys the ichthyological world for the freshest and tastiest specimens, then superintends their... More on Kuruma Zushi »

  • Rai Rai Ken
    218 E. 10th St. | East Village

    Rai Rai Ken is one of the cornerstones of the East Village's Little Tokyo, and if you remember the old premises, the newest incarnation will astonish you. While the old place had only a few seats... More on Rai Rai Ken »

  • Ganso
    25 Bond St. | Brooklyn

    Ganso is a wonderful ramen shop in a frankly weird location. The shio broth featuring sea salt is a case in point. In the style of Tokyo ramen joints, it’s a beautiful amber color, and so delicate... More on Ganso »

  • Kajitsu
    125 E. 39th St. | Murray Hill

    Kajitsu's bare dining room in midtown may be one of the finest places in the city from which to witness the changing of the seasons. The intricate vegetarian fare is a far cry from the processed... More on Kajitsu »

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