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Japanese Food Takeout Near John Jay Park in New York City

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Liga Asian Fusion Restaurant Liga Asian Fusion Restaurant New York City 3 Star Rating

1203 Broadway Hewlett
(516) 295-6060

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Wasabi Fusion Wasabi Fusion New York City 3 Star Rating

144 Mott St Oceanside
(516) 872-8686

New York City Japanese Restaurant near john jay park offering takeout

Taiko Japanese Restaurant Taiko Japanese Restaurant New York City 3 Star Rating

13 S Village Ave Rockville centre
(516) 678-6149

New York City Japanese Restaurant near john jay park offering dine in and takeout.

Tai Show West Japanese Restaurant Tai Show West Japanese Restaurant New York City 3 Star Rating

170 Gardiners Ave Levittown
(516) 731-8232

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Izumi Japanese Asian Bistro Izumi Japanese Asian Bistro New York City 3 Star Rating

440 N Wantagh Ave Bethpage
(516) 933-7225

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Asian Moon Asian Moon New York City 3 Star Rating

4922 Merrick Rd Massapequa park
(516) 799-8800

New York City Japanese Restaurant near john jay park offering takeout

Osaka Japanese Restaurant Osaka Japanese Restaurant New York City 3 Star Rating

4 FAIRFIELD RD Fairfield
(973) 227-6601

New York City Japanese Restaurant near john jay park offering dine in and takeout.

Japanese Restaurants New York City


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 New York City 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, New York City features several restaurants that offer authentic Japanese fare.

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