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Category: Japanese Omakase

Kyuubei: Japanese Sushi and Sashimi in the East

Matsuya Dining: Omakase! Just feed me!

Hana-hana: Cheap and Good Omakase

Hashida Sushi: Balancing Art and Tradition

Ryu’s Japanese Restaurant: Anko Nabe Omakase

Ashino: Of Sushi and the Shokunin Spirit

Kanda Wadatsumi: Sea Squirts, Bering Sea Cockles and Coho Salmon

Teru Sushi: Pushing the Boundaries of Japanese Food

Jin Fine Dining: The ieatishootipost $80 Eight course menu!

Hakumai Sushi: Great Value Omakase!

Ki-sho: Intimate, Understated, Pleasantly Surprised!

Sushi Kuu: Value for Money is Relative