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Japanese cuisine is incredibly diverse. From traditional dishes such as sushi to more modern fusion cuisine, there is something for everyone. Many Japanese restaurants in Vegas offer unique dining experiences such as private rooms for groups and tasting menus.

Below are our picks for the top ten Japanese restaurants in Las Vegas.These restaurants offer delicious and authentic Japanese cuisine, as well as a variety of traditional and contemporary dishes you’re sure to love!

1. Morimoto Las Vegas

Located at MGM Grand, Morimoto Las Vegas is the work of Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and pays homage to classic Japanese cuisine with an elevated twist. You can indulge you and your group in hibachi, or one of their delicious plated entrees.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

wagyu beef carpaccio with yuzu soy, ginger, and garlic

rock shrimp tempura with spicy gochujang sauce, and wasabi aïoli 

crispy whole fish with spicy takana sauce, and papaya salad

2. Mizumi

From the moment you walk into Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas, you’ll be greeted by a beautiful dining room surrounded by lush foliage and a stunning view of the waterfall and koi pond. There are a variety of styles of Japanese cuisine available at the restaurant, so you’re sure to find something that’s absolutely delicious.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Lamb Chop with maple miso butter

Miso Toothfish Saikyo-yaki with sweet saikyo miso glaze, pickled cucumber, and hajikami

Grilled King Crab & Cucumber with yuzu butter, amazu, and arare

3. Zuma

Zuma is a modern take on the izakaya dining style. This Wynn Las Vegas restaurant boasts three different kitchens: the principal kitchen, the robata grill, and the sushi bar, all of which create dishes that are meant to be shared, making it a great place to get together with friends.

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

prawn and black cod gyoza

suzuki no shioyaki (branzino) with burnt tomato and ginger relish

kurobuta pork belly with yuzu mustard miso

4. Kaiseki Yuzu

For an intimate dining experience, Kaiseki Yuzu is the perfect spot. The restaurant offers three different kaiseki tasting menus featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients that are plated beautifully. In addition to a limited number of seats, Kaiseki Yuzu also has two rounds of serving, so it’s an attraction worth booking early in advance. 

Menu you can’t miss out on:

松 Shou – This menu features the most variety of all the menus.

Address: 3900 Spring Mountain Rd Ste 5 Las Vegas, NV 89102

5. WAKUDA

For a high-end dining experience at The Venetian like no other, WAKUDA is the perfect spot. Boasting some of the freshest ingredients you can find in Las Vegas, with a blend of Japanese flavors infused with French technique, this is some of the most amazing Japanese food you can find in the city. One highlighted experience is the Omakase, where the chef will create a fully custom 10-15 course menu for you to indulge in. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Duck on the Rocks with edamame cilantro pesto 

King Crab Legs with yuzu agave dressing

6. Mikiya Wagyu Shabu House

It’s impossible to beat Mikiya Wagyu Shabu House when it comes to all-you-can-eat Japanese cuisine. The restaurant offers your choice of broth, plenty of Wagyu beef options, as well as a variety of traditional sides and dishes. If you are a local or visit the city often, we recommend springing for their membership, which gets you plenty of discounts and even free meals!

Choices you can’t miss out on:

Japanese Tomato Broth

Japanese A5 Wagyu Brisket 

Pearl Grouper (Seasonal)

Address: 3930 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102

7. Soho Japanese Restaurant

In our opinion, Soho Japanese Restaurant is one of the best restaurants that you can find off the strip. With ingredients from the same suppliers as many of the restaurants on the strip, and a plethora of japanese-trained chefs, this restaurant is truly something that cannot be missed out on. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Miso Chilean Sea Bass with yuzu miso marinade, pickled vegetables, and sesame seeds

Mochiko Soft Shell Crab with yuzu butter, garlic dust, dashi salt, chili powder, and scallions 

Address: 7377 S Jones Blvd Ste 116, Las Vegas, NV 89139

8. The X Pot

This restaurant at The Palazzo is a must-visit if you are looking for an out-of-this-world Japanese hot pot dinner. In addition to phenomenal food, The X Pot prides itself on offering a multi-sensory dining experience that engages all of your senses with soundscapes and projections.  

Choices you can’t miss out on:

Creamy Lobster Pot

Kobe Strip Loin 

Golden Wagyu Rice with truffle 

9. Fugetsu Okonomiyaki Izakaya

Another restaurant with an izakaya dining style, Fugetsu is a delicious restaurant with an all-you-can-eat menu that features a plethora of different authentic japanese dishes like okonomiyaki, which is a a savory Japanese pancake made with egg, flour, cabbage, and other vegetables. We recommend the premium package as this allows you to try a wider range of the dishes they have to offer. 

Dishes you can’t miss out on:

Ribeye BBQ kimchi okonomiyaki

Salmon Kami 

Address: 5600 Spring Mountain Rd #A, Las Vegas, NV 89146

Eat Up! 

Las Vegas offers a diverse array of Japanese dining experiences that cater to various preferences and budgets. Whether you’re in the mood for all-you-can-eat shabu shabu, exquisite seafood dishes, immersive hot pot dining, or authentic izakaya fare, there is a restaurant for everyone. So, don’t miss out on these culinary gems the next time you visit Sin City! If there’s any choices we missed, leave them in the comments below. 


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