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Japanese Food Restaurants In Gainesville

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Shooting Star Shooting Star Gainesville 3 Star Rating

203 SW 2nd Ave Gainesville
(352) 372-1688

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Sw 2 Ave And Sw 2 St

Yamato Yamato Gainesville 3 Star Rating

526 NW 60th St Gainesville
(352) 332-4466

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Nw 60 St And Nw 8Th Ave

Miraku Miraku Gainesville 3 Star Rating

4005 SW 40th Blvd Gainesville
(352) 336-3188

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Sw 40 Blvd And Sw Archer Rd

Fuji Sushi Fuji Sushi Gainesville 3 Star Rating

14218 W Newberry Rd Newberry
(352) 332-9888

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near W Newberry Rd And Nw 143Rd St

Ichiban Sushi Ichiban Sushi Gainesville 3 Star Rating

4401 NW 25th Pl, Ste J Gainesville
(352) 375-8880

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Nw 25 Pl And Nw 43 St

Sawamura Sawamura Gainesville 3 Star Rating

1624 SW 13th St Gainesville
(352) 373-1076

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Sw 13Th St And Sw 16Th Ave

Miya Sushi Miya Sushi Gainesville 3 Star Rating

3222 SW 35th Blvd Gainesville
(352) 335-3030

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Sw 35 Blvd And Sw 37Th Blvd

Dragonfly Dragonfly Gainesville 3 Star Rating

3117 SW 34th St Gainesville
(352) 271-1011

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Sw 34Th St And Old Archer Rd

Sushi Matsuri Sushi Matsuri Gainesville 3 Star Rating

3418 SW Archer Rd Gainesville
(352) 335-1875

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Sw Archer Rd And Sw 34Th St

Sushi-2-go Sushi-2-go Gainesville 3 Star Rating

808 W University Ave Gainesville
(352) 338-1068

Gainesville Japanese Restaurant near Nw 1St Ave And Nw 8 St

Japanese Restaurants Gainesville


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 Gainesville 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, Gainesville features several restaurants that offer authentic Japanese fare.

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