Embark on a culinary odyssey through the Lion City with our guide to the 15 best Japanese restaurants. From the meticulous artistry of sushi to the comforting warmth of ramen, each dining destination encapsulates the essence of Japanese culinary finesse. Immerse yourself in an unparalleled gastronomic experience, where innovation and tradition converge to create memorable moments of dining perfection in the heart of Singapore’s diverse culinary scene.
鮓煋 Sushi Sei
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With a history spanning more than a millennium, washoku, or traditional Japanese food, is recognized as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. With its varied and careful cooking techniques that bring out the best in every product, its attention of nutritional balance for a healthy diet, and its visual artistry that captures the beauty of all four seasons on a plate, it reflects the essence of Japanese hospitality. Our biggest joy is to introduce to Singapore the joy of experiencing Japan’s seasons.
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The Japanese moniker “rich, prosperous, and satisfied” embodies the essence of Tomidou 富道, a master of the art of omakase. Our specialty is creating exceptional omakase dishes with excellent ingredients straight from the famous fish markets in Japan. Our corporate emblem features the famous Mount Fuji along with a sign of prosperity. Our goal is to provide our guests with creative omakase experiences that will lead them towards greater riches and satisfaction. Tomidou aspires to be the undisputed leader in Singapore, providing our valued customers with omakase courses that are both exclusive and unmatched.
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Takemitsu Omakase is an upscale Japanese omakase restaurant that takes pride in its aging techniques to enhance the flavors of its offerings. Specializing in providing a unique and curated dining experience, the restaurant focuses on both exquisite food and an extensive selection of sake. With a commitment to quality and precision, Takemitsu Omakase invites patrons to indulge in the artistry of Japanese cuisine and the rich nuances of aged flavors, creating a distinctive culinary journey.
Address: Singapore, Robinson Rd, 140号#01-02 邮政编码: 068907
Charcoal Grill & Sake TORIMARO 炉端焼と酒 鳥麿
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Charcoal Grill & Sake TORIMARO is an authentic Japanese Yakitori and Sake Bar that brings the true flavors of Japan to its patrons. Specializing in the art of charcoal-grilled skewers, the restaurant offers a delectable selection of yakitori, showcasing the mastery of grilling techniques. Complementing the grilled delights is an extensive array of sake, providing an authentic and immersive Japanese dining experience. With a commitment to quality and tradition, TORIMARO invites guests to savor the rich flavors of expertly crafted yakitori paired with premium sake.
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Fresh sashimi is reasonably priced at IMA-SUSHI, a fast-casual sushi restaurant. Our specialty is thick-cut sashimi, inventive dragon rolls, and sushi rolls made in the Australian way. Please tell us how we’re doing by getting in touch with any member of our welcoming team. It is fundamental that each and every person who enters our doors leaves with a big smile on their face and a belly full of freshly caught fish.
Tora Tora Tora Japanese Restaurant Singapore
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Japanese Restaurant Singapore: One of the top Japanese restaurants and bars in Singapore is Tora Tora Tora. Enjoy the freshest assortment of sushi, sashimi, donburi, seafood, and izakaya classics, as well as an exceptional selection of Japanese Sake & Whiskies, with dine-in, delivery, and takeout options now available. Tora Tora Tora Japanese Restaurant Singapore offers a chic Private Dining Room in addition to a contemporary Izakaya environment. If you want to really live it up, the room has a karaoke system that can accommodate up to 15 people. Tora Tora Tora, which is perched distinctively on Oxley Bizhub 2’s rooftop, is an ideal venue for corporate gatherings.
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A modern take on a traditional Japanese barbecue meal. We take you to a contemporary culinary experience surrounded by a shared love of fine cuisine, drink, music, and a good time, where nightlife meets casual yakiniku dining.
Kakushin, which translates to “innovation” in Japanese, is founded on the Omakase concept, which is driven by a single idea: to highlight the greatest seasonal Japanese produce via creative storytelling and thought-provoking investigation. A 46-seat restaurant where Chef Chan elevates the best of Japanese cuisine to inventive new heights while taking patrons on an exciting culinary journey through the seasons.
Embracing the heritage of exquisite Japanese food, Takayama extends an invitation to a private epicurean experience. Savor a multi-course meal that highlights seasonal ingredients at the height of their flavor while Executive Chef Taro Takayama and his staff expertly prepare each dish in front of you. The essence of dining at Takayama lies in the polite delivery of omotenashi, or authentic Japanese hospitality, inside the sophisticated setting of this upscale kappo-style restaurant nestled in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District.
Ming San Casual Japanese Dining
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Ming San Casual Japanese Dining offers a delightful experience for diners, providing both dine-in and takeaway options. Serving regular lunch and dinner à la carte, the restaurant is a perfect spot for various occasions, including gatherings and birthday parties. Ming San follows a unique approach by closing the shop when all food is sold out, prioritizing freshness and quality. To ensure a seamless experience, reservations are recommended, reflecting the commitment to delivering a memorable dining atmosphere.
Ichi Tei Japanese Dining
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Ichi Tei Japanese Dining, established in 2009, prides itself on delivering quality yet affordable cooked-to-order Japanese cuisine. Led by the skilled hands of Hwee San, the team ensures an authentic experience. What sets them apart is the commitment to quality, with Hwee San crafting traditional sauces and soup bases from scratch. This dedication to freshness and authenticity reflects in every dish, making Ichi Tei a go-to destination for those seeking a genuine Japanese dining experience.
Address: 91 Bencoolen St, #01-51 Sunshine Plaza, Singapore 189652
Tel: +65 9139 1746
The Ramen House
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The Ramen House offers authentic Japanese food that has been modified to accommodate the regional palate. putting a premium on healthy eating and visually appealing food preparation. It is a highly recommended spot for foodies looking for a filling and nutritious dinner. With a price that is difficult to match, you may sample the flavors of fine cuisine made with only the best and freshest ingredients! Additionally, a wide variety of additional meals, including as grilled kushiyaki, sashimi, and ramen, are available for selection by diners. The Ramen House is the perfect place for a romantic dinner with loved ones, and it’s open until 6 a.m. for those who prefer to eat late. They serve delicious bowls of ramen. Come on down to satisfy your midnight desires!
Address: St, Singapore 188213
Tel: +65 6734 9294
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Misato is a modern, elegant Japanese restaurant that is perfectly positioned to usher in a new era of Japanese cooking. Misato offers delicious Japanese fine dining at affordable costs.
UYA 炭焼活鰻料理 (Novena)
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Introducing UYA 炭焼洼鰻料理, a speciality Japanese restaurant serving live eel that is perfectly grilled over traditional binchotan charcoal. Serving farm-to-table authentic Kansai-style cuisine.” Savor the mouthwatering tastes of our grilled live eel meals and indulge in our specialty dish, Hitsumabushi.
実柚 ~みゆ ~ Miyu is derived from the word kindness (実) and citrus fruit (柚). Miyu also denotes our genuineness when assisting our visitors. We promise to be sincere with our excellent Japanese omakase specialties and attentive service in Singapore. Our Executive Chef meticulously crafts each menu, as evidenced by the delectably cooked dishes made with premium seasonal ingredients that are imported into Singapore from Japan.