16 Best Japanese Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip

Japanese cuisine started gaining momentum in Vegas’ culinary scene in the late 1960s when the first sushi restaurants appeared in the city.

So let’s dive into each of them and explore the features that make them stand out from the competition. I assure you that your dinner plans will have become much clearer by the end of this read.

The modern, upscale atmosphere and world-famous sushi rolls are guaranteed an unforgettable dining experience.

Sushi Roku

If your budget allows it and you want to enjoy the quintessential high-end Japanese dining experience, Nobu is the clear restaurant choice.


The impressively creative cocktail menu greatly influences the restaurant’s appeal. Don’t get me wrong, the food here is excellent, especially the spicy beef tenderloin and black cod.


Jaborritis, located in the LINQ Promenade, is one of the most creative restaurants on today’s story.

Jaburritos Sushi Burritos

Sushisamba is yet another fusion restaurant that combines Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian food, and yes, the combo really is as delicious as it sounds.


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