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Japanese restaurants you can’t live without.

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Japanese restaurants you can’t live without.


SUSHI MORI

Japanese cuisine is an art that takes years to perfect. The best sushi is definitely worth paying for, but if you don’t have the funds to travel to Japan and get the best sushi, fret not – featured here are the delightful Japanese restaurants around Jakarta!

 

Kintan

Japanese Restaurant

“Again, I don’t need any sauce to accompany the meat, they’re simply gorgeous fresh from the grill! YUM!” – eatandtreats

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Shabu Nobu

Japanese Restaurant

“I know many people, especially food enthusiasts shy away from chain restaurants. But I think this one is worth a try. Enjoy!” – Chlealiving

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Sushi Mori

Japanese Restaurant

“Sushi Mori is a contemporary Japanese cuisines and unique creations of rolls. There are also wide varieties of sushi sashimi, exotic fusion rolls and modern Japanese cuisines. First established in Surabaya in 2007 then opened the second restaurant in Jakarta.” – Selby

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Otosan Suki

Japanese Restaurant

“Their soup comes in three varieties: sweet, spicy, and tom yum. Those who lean toward sour, their tom yum is a league of its own.” – Wanderbites

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Zhuma Japanese

Japanese Restaurant

“Serving a host of delightful Japanese dishes, their choices of sashimi are tasty to the core.” – JJK.CO.ID

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Sakana

Japanese Restaurant

“I tried Sakana with a friend who eats there at least once a week and he considers it to be among the best venues in Jakarta for eating casual Japanese food.” – http://www.jakarta100bars.com/

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Honzen

Japanese Restaurant

“This upmarket Japanese restaurant is located on the lower ground floor of the Kempinski Hotel, which is smack bang in the middle of Jakarta’s central business district. There is a traditional style Japanese tearoom with simple wooden furniture, a sushi bar opposite the main dining area, and a tatami room that overlooks a garden complete with artificial kicho plants. Do not hesitate to ask the helpful kimono-clad waitresses if you need help when selecting items from the extensive menu. Beverages include Japanese sake and teas, as well as beer and soft drinks. ” – Yahoo

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