96 "Japanese" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.
Kazan, the self-proclaimed “Pinnacle of Noodle,” is a tremendous soba spot in Beverly Hills, if you don’t mind paying Beverly Hills prices.
Okayama Kobo is a Japanese bakery in downtown Anaheim that serves our favorite breakfast pastries in the city.
Sogo Roll Bar in Los Feliz rolls up some of highest quality and most interesting fish in LA.
Toku Unagi and Sushi is a Japanese restaurant in West Hollywood that’s LA’s first and only eel-specialist.
Hachi is an all-purpose party izakaya in Torrance where you and your friends can drink rare sakes and eat one of the best $40 omakases around.
Piccalilli in Culver City combines Asian cuisines with low country flavors - with mixed results.
Manhattan Beach’s Sushi I-Naba is one of the best sushi spots in the South Bay, and an utterly unique and special experience.
Yapa is a very good Peruvian-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo that’s perfect for any kind of date night.
Irori Sushi is one of Marina del Rey’s best-kept secrets - with one of the best omakase deals around.
Azay in Little Tokyo is a daytime restaurant serving incredible Japanese food - and slightly mediocre French fare.
Fish King is a market in Glendale that has mastered all things seafood - from New England-style fried baskets to true Hawaiian-style poke.
Sushi Miyagi is a high-end omakase in Brentwood that serves some great, inventive dishes - but a meal here will cost you.
Ototo in Echo Park is a casual Japanese spot with a lot going for it - including a huge sake selection - and a lot going against it, too.
Kensho is a tiny Japanese restaurant on the grounds of Yamashiro in Hollywood, and one of LA’s most personal dining experiences.