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Sushi lovers unite! If you’re anything like us, and are literally always in the mood for sushi, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the best places to not only get your sushi fix—but where you can find the best Japanese cuisine overall.

Sake Rok

Sake Rok (The Park)

Featured dish: Chef’s Omakase
Vibe: Half dinner, half performance, and 100% a good time
Tip: Chef recommends you try the Amberjack sashimi from the secret menu.

Ready for a restaurant-wide sake bomb? We certainly are, because Sake Rok is the perfect place to dine and get the party going. “I don’t like saying no to guests,” Sake Rok chef Sung Park says. When someone orders the Chef’s Omakase (translates to “chef selection”), whether it’s a couple or a lively group, chef Park tailors the dish to the individual so it’s truly one of a kind. Those looking for all-you-can-eat sushi on the Strip will find it here!

Morimoto

Morimoto (MGM Grand)
 

Featured dish: Tuna Pizza and Braised Short Ribs
Vibe: Contemporary and upscale with an adventurous twist
Tip: Iron Chef fans will be so pumped to dine here.

The Iron Chef has arrived. Chef Morimoto brings his Michelin-starred culinary skills to the MGM Grand. Coming to America, chef Morimoto wanted to marry different cultures through his cuisine; hence, the Tuna Pizza. Surrounded by the contemporary design and photography by Yasumichi Morita, the food isn’t the only stunning part about this restaurant. From the moment you arrive, you begin to experience Las Vegas in a new way…the Morimoto way.

Mizumi

Mizumi (Wynn Las Vegas)

Featured dish: 72-hour Yakitori-braised American Wagyu Short Rib
Vibe: Luxury dining among an idyllic backdrop
Tip: Be sure to check out the restaurant’s private Japanese garden and koi pond.

Chef Devin Hashimoto brings a fresh approach to Japanese cuisine at Mizumi. His passion for both Japanese and Italian is fused on his menu—like the featured Yakitori Short Rib that’s grilled over wood from the Nata tree (Japanese oak), and is served with gnocchi and a ginger parsnip purée for an ultraflavorful bite. At this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star award-winning restaurant, Japanese food lovers will love the robatayaki bar, teppanyaki room, the fresh sushi and sashimi, and much more.  

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