183 "Japanese" Restaurants in New York.
Takahachi Bakery in Tribeca specializes in Japanese pastries, especially of the matcha variety.
Hi-Collar in the East Village is a Japanese lunch/coffee spot by day and a sake bar at night.
Dr. Clark is a sceney Japanese spot in Chinatown with excellent Hokkaido speciality dishes and covered outdoor tables you can reserve ahead of time.
Sushi Muse is a fantastic sushi spot in Flatiron from the chef behind high-end Japanese spots, Hall and Odo.
Maki Kosaka is a nice, casual sushi spot in Flatiron with outdoor seating available for lunch and dinner.
Sushi Hatsune is a spot in Chinatown that serves great chirashi, maki, and omakase takeout options.
Sushi Kai in the East Village serves high-quality sushi in the form of a sub-$100 omakase, as well as a la carte for delivery and takeout.
This East Village Japanese restaurant specializes in shabu shabu and sukiyaki using high-quality beef.
Sunrise Mart is a Japanese grocery store in the East Village where you can buy snacks, reheatable shumai, and more.
Evil Katsu is a pop-up on the Lower East Side that serves delicious katsu sandwiches.
Roc-N-Ramen in the Bronx serves ramen bowls with Caribbean ingredients like curried oxtail and jerk chicken.
Suki is a Japanese spot in the East Village where you should go the next time you want comfort in the form of a fantastic bowl of curry.
Kimika is a big restaurant in the bottom of a Nolita hotel that serves great Japanese-Italian inspired dishes.