The best new wave of Japanese restaurants cropping up across New York, from a soon to open 'underground' 18-seat Tokyo-style Japanese restaurant in a subway station to a debut restaurant from Tokyo's oldest soba makers.
Chef-owner Horii Yoshinori of the famed Sarashina Horii soba shop, established in 1789 has opened a New York outpost.
An 'underground' 18-seat Tokyo-style Japanese restaurant in a subway station.
Japanese-Italian cuisine from one of the owners of hit restaurant Wayla.
The world’s first Michelin-starred ramen eatery is opening a New York outpost in Dumbo.
Miami's modern Asian-style eatery is expanding to Manhattan, with a third location in the Meatpacking District.
A casual and fun Japanese tavern by acclaimed kaiseki chef Chikara Sono.
A unique take on classic Japanese cuisine with sleek and modern design from master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi and designer Philippe Starck.
An 18-seat kaiseki restaurant from renowned chef Isao Yamada, formerly of Tribeca’s Brushbroke.