Dining: Japanese

Bishoku

Owner Jackie Fukuya-Merkel seems to know nearly every customer who walks through the door of Bishoku. Jackie is the daughter of Kimio F

Craft Izakaya

It’s not a traditional red lantern that marks this “place of sake” (a loose definition of “izakaya”), but rather Craft’s lively, walk-u

Genki Noodles and Sushi

Great neighborhood sushi option - especially when the weather's nice and the restaurant front is open.

Ginya Izakaya

Sister restaurant to Doraville's Shoya Izakaya, Ginya Izakaya features a sprawling and descriptive menu of sushi, ramen, and Japanese s

Haru Ichiban

Falling in love again with an old favorite restaurant is a beautiful thing. The spark reignited with uni nigiri topped with a raw quail

MF Sushi

MF Sushi is back after a three-year hiatus with some of the best sushi in Atlanta. Located in Inman Park, brothers Alex and Chris Kinjo

Miso Izakaya

The menu of small plates at this Japanese pub, almost all $5-$10, begs exploration and encourages sharing among friends. Miso's menu sp

Raku Ramen

Raku roughly translates to "enjoyment." Most days, you will find yourself sitting among Asian college students hungry for ITP ethnic ea

Shoya Izakaya

Japanese public house serving sushi, sashimi, noodles and more. Shoya's encyclopedic menu, spread over seven crowded pages, will either

Sushi House Hayakawa

Authentically Japanese, from the pristine fish to the clean, spare light wood decor to the bottles of sake and sochu lined up behind th

Sushi Huku

While dining Omakase (the chef's choice) is ideal when money is no object at this popular sushi restaurant, you'll fare well by making

Taka Sushi Cafe

Obscure dishes and new flavor combinations offered at the Buckhead Japanese sushi joint. Skip the rolls and opt for the pristine cuts o

Tomo Japanese Restaurant

Tomohiro Naito's vision for his restaurant is one of modernity, and the chef excels in technique, quality and creativity. The best meal

Umi Sushi

A modern and refined sushi bar in Buckhead. Chef Fuyuhiko Ito features items such as baked lobster tempura, sautéed foie gras, and blac

Yakitori Jinbei

Many local ramen-yas have popped up, attempting to establish superiority, but Jinbei still reigns supreme. The broth made buttery with