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Bishoku

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Owner Jackie Fukuya-Merkel seems to know nearly every customer who walks through the door of Bishoku. Jackie is the daughter of Kimio Fukuya, the now retired owner of Sushi Huku, which Zagat once rated Atlanta's best Japanese restaurant.

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New Buckhead Atlanta eatery Doraku Sushi also opened for business Jan. 2015. With locations in Hawaii and Florida, the Japanese restaurant offers sushi and dishes like miso teriyaki sea bass, pan-seared sesame-citrus tuna, and crispy bok choy. A wide selection of sake, simple desserts, and a variety of takeout options are also up for grabs.

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The exclusive, "by reservation only" Japanese speakeasy specializes in craft cocktails, including signature creations – such as the Toryufu, made with per-infused vodka, Indian tonic, and white truffle honey – and fresh takes on classics. Sweet and savory menu items and pairings are provided by Umi Sushi's culinary duo Fuyuhiko Ito and Lisa Matsuoka Ito. Large parties are not accepted and reservations can only be made through e-mail.

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Mali Hu, of One Sushi Plus, brings a new, more refined hibachi concept to Buckhead with this restaurant. Less about presentation and more about food, the menu features hibachi items as well as sushi.
Nakato

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Nakato's been the king of Japanese steakhouses in Atlanta for 35 years. It's a dinosaur of Atlanta dining, outmoded on so many fronts by the flashy Japanese restaurants that have come since, and yet another example of how slow and steady can win the race. The wide selection of appetizer-sized plates is full of the classic flavors that make Japanese dining an obsession for so many. Read full review...

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Inventive sushi rolls and high-quality sashimi are the hallmarks here. More esoteric offerings, such as monkfish liver, are available for the brave or the knowledgeable.

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This restaurant brings an exotic combination of hibachi meals, sushi and other Japanese dishes to south Buckhead. Whether it's preparing a freshly cooked meal or wowing the customers with their mad knife skills, the hibachi chefs are here to please.
Taka Sushi Cafe

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Obscure dishes and new flavor combinations offered at the Buckhead Japanese sushi joint. Skip the rolls and opt for the pristine cuts of fish nestled onto sticky sushi rice. Check out the list of specials on the whiteboard out front for goodies like shoyu ramen, and the beef curry with magenta oshinko. Looking for something a little more familiar? Try the menchi katsu burger, made with a hand-chopped hamburger patty, and loaded with shredded lettuce, mayo, and topped with a fried egg.

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Tomo Japanese Restaurant

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Tomohiro Naito's vision for his restaurant is one of modernity, and the chef excels in technique, quality and creativity. The best meals at a Japanese restaurant will leave you feeling satiated but not stuffed, your palate awakened but not overloaded, certain dishes and tastes still ringing clear in your mind. Naito is a master at this style of dining, at pacing dishes perfectly, at putting tart dishes before heavy ones, at giving you time to breathe and savor before offering the next stunning but small burst of flavor. Tomo is a splurge, but worth it in every way. It’s still possible to eat at Tomo and miss the particular rhythm and brilliance of this chef. But put yourself in his hands, and Naito offers an unparalleled experience in modern Japanese eating.
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