Japanese Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Sake Rok, located in The Park, serves sushi, tempura, specialty rolls, steaks, sashimi and more. The Togarashi Scottish salmon is a must-try. Reservations required for groups of eight or more.
Located in the Rio Hotel and Casino, 172 is an intimate live music venue featuring both local and nationally acclaimed bands. Also a full service restaurant and bar, 172 serves elevated Asian Fusion cuisine, sushi, and elegant craft cocktails.
Hayashi Japanese Cuisine offers quality Japanese food such as Ramen, Udon, and lots more for affordable prices. Additionally, they also have all you can eat options and a sushi bar. Find Hayashi Japanese Cuisine located on Maryland near Twain.
This little hole in the wall with wooden furniture and island-themed wallpaper serves some of the most authentic Korean, Asian and Hawaiian dishes in in Las Vegas. Island Style is also popular because it is known to actually make its own kim chee.
One of the most popular Ramen Noodle Shops in Sapporo, Japan, Ramen Sora's Las Vegas location not only serves a large variety of Ramen but several other sumptuous dishes influenced from Chinese, Taiwanese and Singaporean cuisines as well.
Kaiseki Yuzu offers traditional high-end cooking style serving alcohol and beer that caters to dietary needs including meat varieties with vegan and vegetarian options in a relaxed, upscale atmosphere. Reservations are required for the kaiseki room.
What makes JINYA Ramen Bar stands out from any other ramen chain is that they offer drive thru where you can easily pick up your favorite ramen to enjoy in your comfortable home without having to leave your car nor waiting in the line to be seated.
Zenshin means "advancement, progression or moving forward" in Japanese. This Asian Restaurant is located inside the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas and strives to serve traditional Asian dishes with inventive twists, as the name suggests.