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Japanese Food Restaurants In Omaha

Mapped Restaurants Omaha

Wasabi Sushi Wasabi Sushi Omaha 3 Star Rating

14513 W Maple Rd Omaha
(402) 991-6878

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near W Maple Rd And N 147Th St

Matsu Sushi Matsu Sushi Omaha 3 Star Rating

1009 Farnam St Omaha
(402) 346-3988

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near Farnam St And S 10Th St

Teriyaki Grill Teriyaki Grill Omaha 3 Star Rating

7503 Pacific St Omaha
(402) 932-9225

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near Pacific St And S 75Th St

P.F. Chang's P.F. Chang's Omaha 3 Star Rating

10150 California St Omaha
(402) 390-6021

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near California St And N 102Nd St

Blue Sushi Sake Grill Blue Sushi Sake Grill Omaha 3 Star Rating

14450 Eagle Run Dr Omaha
(402) 445-2583

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near Eagle Run Dr And N 144Th Ter

Samurai Sam's Samurai Sam's Omaha 3 Star Rating

18114 Wright St Omaha
(402) 330-5588

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near Wright St And S 181St St

Noodle Zoo Noodle Zoo Omaha 3 Star Rating

4950 Dodge St Omaha
(402) 932-9971

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near Dodge St And S 49Th Ave

Noodles & Company Noodles & Company Omaha 3 Star Rating

203 S 72nd St Omaha
(402) 393-0586

Omaha Italian Restaurant near N 72Nd St And Capitol Ct

Mt Fuji Inn Mt Fuji Inn Omaha 3 Star Rating

7215 Blondo St Omaha
(402) 397-5049

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near Blondo St And N 72Nd St

Sushi Japan Yakiniku Boy Sushi Japan Yakiniku Boy Omaha 3 Star Rating

14134 W Center Rd Omaha
(402) 778-0840

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near W Center Rd And S 144Th St

Hiro Sushi Hiro Sushi Omaha 3 Star Rating

3655 N 129th St Omaha
(402) 933-0091

Omaha Japanese Restaurant near W Maple Rd And Birch Dr

Japanese Restaurants Omaha

Japanese cuisine has been touted as one of the healthiest globally, a claim supported by the fact that some of the oldest living individuals in the world hailing from Japan. Because of a deeply-rooted historical aversion to meat, with the exception of wild game, the most common ingredients used in Japanese cooking include rice, fish, tofu and vegetables combined in a carefully prepared meal of balanced colors and flavors. Most Omaha Japanese restaurants offer a sumptuous array of fresh sashimi and sushi dipped into a typical sauce of soy and red-hot wasabi, alongside platters of pickled vegetables, a bowl of steamed rice and miso soup. Foreign influences, both Asian and Western, have brought about other popular dishes such as the hearty ramen, crunchy tonkatsu, and deep-fried tempura. As in most major cities, Omaha features several restaurants that offer authentic Japanese fare.

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