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Japanese Restaurants in Singapore

Japanese restaurants Singapore style

With its strategic location at the crossroads of Asia, Singapore has always been a cosmopolitan city with a rich and varied cuisine. Japanese fare, while always popular there, took off in the 1980s, a host of savvy restaurateurs set up shop to cater to an influx of Japanese expats hungry for the viands of home. Soon the cuisine's subtle flavours and health benefits began to attract the locals, and now you can find over 100 Japanese restaurants in Singapore, helping make the Lion City a paradise for foodies.

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Takumi

Takumi

Harbourfront
Japanese$$$$
4.8/6221
Takumi
Sushi Jin

Sushi Jin

Farrer Park
Japanese$$$$
5.0/6176
Sushi Jin
Fukusen Japanese Restaurant

Fukusen Japanese Restaurant

Bugis
Japanese$$$$
5.2/6163
Fukusen Japanese Restaurant
ShuKuu Japanese Izakaya &  Sake Bar

ShuKuu Japanese Izakaya & Sake Bar

Telok Ayer
Japanese$$$$
5.1/6104
ShuKuu Japanese Izakaya & Sake Bar
Megumi Japanese Restaurant – Upper East Coast

Megumi Japanese Restaurant – Upper East Coast

East Coast
Japanese$$$$
4.9/6128
Megumi Japanese Restaurant – Upper East Coast
Teru Sushi

Teru Sushi

Tiong Bahru
Japanese$$$$
4.7/6113
Teru Sushi
JINzakaya

JINzakaya

Little India
Japanese$$$$
4.8/6119
JINzakaya
Tenryu Japanese Dining

Tenryu Japanese Dining

Bukit Panjang
Japanese$$$$
4.6/6126
Tenryu Japanese Dining
IZY Dining and Bar

IZY Dining and Bar

Club Street
Japanese$$$$
5.0/651
IZY Dining and Bar
Dashi Master Marusaya

Dashi Master Marusaya

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
5.1/670
Dashi Master Marusaya
Keyaki Japanese Restaurant

Keyaki Japanese Restaurant

Raffles Place
Japanese$$$$
5.0/689
Keyaki Japanese Restaurant
Sakurazaka

Sakurazaka

Bukit Timah
Japanese$$$$
5.0/670
Sakurazaka
Kyoaji Dining

Kyoaji Dining

Orchard
Japanese$$$$
5.0/634
Kyoaji Dining
Enbu Japanese Grill Izakaya

Enbu Japanese Grill Izakaya

City Hall
Japanese$$$$
4.7/664
Enbu Japanese Grill Izakaya
Sen of Japan

Sen of Japan

Marina Bay
Japanese$$$$
4.6/640
Sen of Japan
Barashi Tei

Barashi Tei

Bugis
Japanese$$$$
5.0/646
Barashi Tei
Bam! Restaurant

Bam! Restaurant

Tanjong Pagar
Japanese$$$$
5.1/616
Bam! Restaurant
Ootoya - Orchard Central

Ootoya - Orchard Central

Orchard
Japanese$$$$
4.5/654
Ootoya - Orchard Central
ISHI Restaurant

ISHI Restaurant

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
5.6/67
ISHI Restaurant
Tomo Izakaya - Clarke Quay

Tomo Izakaya - Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay
Japanese$$$$
4.6/635
Tomo Izakaya - Clarke Quay
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    Take your pick from the choice Japanese restaurants in Singapore

    Singapore’s a compact town with a superb transport system, and all the city’s best hotels and shopping centres boast Japanese eateries. This means you're always within easy reach of great Japanese restaurants in Singapore. For a stately night out, you can partake in a sumptuous feast washed down with some fine sake in elegant tatami rooms in restaurants like Shinji by Kanesaka in the historic setting of the Raffles Hotel. If you prefer a more relaxed vibe, drop into an Izakaya bar. Here you can sample some great snacks including yakitori, edamame and, of course, sashimi, along with sake and Kirin beer. It's the Japanese equivalent of the tapas experience.
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    Sample the variety of Japanese restaurants the Singapore way

    As aficionados know, there’s far more to Japanese food than sushi and sashimi. The good news is that today’s Japanese restaurants in Singapore serve up a rich and varied offering with something for all tastes. You can feast on crisply tempura, ramen or soba noodles, shabu-shabu hotpots, kare raisu curries, tonkatsu breaded pork cutlets, and much more, served in both renowned chains and individual restaurants.
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    The wonderful world of Japanese cooking in Singapore

    Whether you’re a busy executive ready for a teishoku set lunch, a millennial in search of healthy dining, or a tourist keen to explore the city’s gastronomical offerings, you’ll find great Japanese restaurants all over Singapore. Enjoy a cheap and cheerful meal standing up in a sushi bar or a feast fit for an emperor. Or simply pop into a teppanyaki outlet for some fast and wholesome hot-plate food. If you’re in a rush, try a bowl of ramen noodles. It could be all you need for a hearty dinner. One thing's for sure, you'll never lack for Japanese restaurants in Singapore.