Japanese Restaurants

Japanese cuisine has developed over the centuries as a result of many political and social changes. The cuisine eventually changed with the advent of the Medieval age which ushered in a shedding of elitism with the age of Shogun rule. In the early modern era massive changes took place that introduced non-Japanese cultures, most notably Western culture, to Japan.

The modern term "Japanese cuisine" means traditional-style Japanese food, similar to what already existed before the end of national seclusion in 1868. In a broader sense of the word, it could also include foods whose ingredients or cooking methods were subsequently introduced from abroad, but which have been developed by Japanese who made them their own. Japanese cuisine is known for its emphasis on seasonality of food,quality of ingredients and presentation.

78 Ichiban

For all its Japanese minimalism, Ichiban`s quality and ambiance make it a rarity.

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Akurah

Tucked away in a small alley of Taikang Road Art Street, Akurah serves traditional Osaka-style udon. Nearly 13 varieties of noodles will spirit you away to the Land of the Rising Sun.

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Blu Sushi

This restaurant is a perfect setting for those who are craving for some Japanese delights and sighature martinis.

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Daisei

If you crave the cuisine (and like the all-you-can-eat price), but prefer to dine in quieter, mor sophisticated surroundings, Daise fits the bill perfectly.

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EBI Sushi

When it comes to the menu�s various delicious dishes, Ebi (�shrimp� in Japanese) takes its name quite literally.

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Gintei Teppanyaki Sushi

In the busy area of Nanjing West Road, relax with genuine Japanese flavours. Business lunches (RMB 35 � 75), and all-you-can-eat and drink for (RMB 170 � 188) are available.

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Matsuri 123

Matsuri 123 is a perky not-so-little restaurant. Occupying a space of 3,000 meters, it offers all things edible related to Japanese cooking in a cafeteria-like setting.

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Sakae Sushi

It is damn cheap, with tempura going for around RMB 15, tuna sashimi for RMB 38 and soba noodles for RMB 8. Some say you get what you pay for?

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Sakura

Located in a Japanese community. Quality and freshness are guaranteed with comfortable atmosphere. Suitable for business dining and friends get-together.

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Santaro

If you`re on diet (or just want to impress visiting Japanese business clients) this is the place - prices are high and proportions are well of Japanese style.

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Sumo Sushi

More of a spectacle than anything tasty, watch the chef`s flamboyant preparation of this so-so sushi.

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Yakitori Fukuchan

This snug hideaway brings you a little slice of Tokyo with its cold beer, cheap sake and superb skewers.

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