Japanese

Japanese cuisine has to be one of my favorite cuisines. I’ve been eating it since I was a little kid, but there are many Japanese dishes that I have yet to try. Most of my exposure has been to sushi and that will be the majority of what I will be reviewing, though I will attempt to branch out and try many types of authentic Japanese restaurants as well. 食べましょう!

Tampa Bay Restaurants

I Ai Sushi

Jackson’s Bistro

Oishi Ultimate Japanese Cuisine

Origami Sushi

S Bar

Samurai Blue

SoHo Sushi North

Sushi Ninja

Tokyo Sushi

Yamato Japanese Steakhouse

Gainesville Restaurants

Ichiban Sushi

Orlando Restaurants

Benihana

Izziban Sushi

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CLOSED:

Hiro’s Tokyo Steakhouse

Joy of Tokyo

The Rack (Brandon)

The Rack (Hyde Park)

Samurai Sushi

Sushi Tsu

Tomo Japanese Sushi Bar

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  11. Dana · February 14, 2011

    did you try sushi alive on n dale mabry? or is this just a list of 10? lol i think oragami is better than sushi alive though

    • Carlos H. · February 14, 2011

      I actually haven’t been to Sushi Alive yet (though I want to try it). This is just a list of what I’ve covered on my blog…I’ve been to well over 30 or maybe 40 sushi places in Tampa Bay.

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