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The best Japanese food in NYC

We've uncovered the best Japanese food in New York, from standout ramen noodle bowls to top-notch sushi

Photograph: Virginia Rollison
Sushi at Neta

New York's Japanese food scene continues to grow, doling out steaming ramen dishes as Far East gastropubs and pristine sushi temples keep popping up all around Gotham. Whether you're craving raw-fish delicacies from Michelin-starred sushi restaurants or yakitori washed down with an icy mug of Japanese beer, we’ve got you covered. Here's where to find the best Japanese food in NYC, from toro-touting Masa to East Village ramen-ya Ippudo.

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bryan F
bryan F

That is a cool motif to serve the sushi on wood plates.  I wonder if the wood is just for cosmetic purposes or if it enhances the sushi taste.  If a plate could enhance the experience, that would be a groundbreaking strategy to get people to love your food dishes.  

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