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Victoria Japanese Restaurants

Victoria Japanese restaurants offer a delicious range of classic Japanese cuisine. Enjoy tasty, authentic Japanese dishes at a Japanese restaurant in Victoria.

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  • Ajisen Ramen

    Ajisen Ramen restaurant in Melbourne CBD offers an impressive selection of Japanese noodle soups in a range of regional styles. Service here is fast, prices are low and meals are tasty, making Ajisen a popular lunch destination for both CBD suits and students.…

  • Akachochin

    Japanese restaurant Akachochin is part of Melbourne’s latest dining precinct, South Wharf Promenade. Just a few steps from South Wharf’s Hilton, Akachochin offers a cosy restaurant to enjoy traditional Japanese izakaya dishes. With both sushi bar style seating and table options, guests can watch their food prepared from the restaurant’s...

  • Aka Siro

    Breaking the stereotype for Japanese food, Collingwood’s Aka Siro is a great find. Inside this light space, narrow communal tables face onto an open kitchen where traditional teisheko style dishes are served. Main plates of fried tofu or Japanese curry arrive as a complete meal with Japanese salad, rice and...

  • Aka Tombo

    Among the strip of shops on trendy Greville Street is Aka Tombo, a sushi bar that transports diners to downtown Tokyo. This cosy restaurant offers a personal approach to dining, with seating right at the sushi bar where Chef and owner Akira Kageyama can recommend his favourites from a seasonal...

  • Asahi

    Asahi (Rising Sun) Japanese Restaurant, Ballarat's first Japanese Restaurant to offer fresh sushi and sashimi, also brings you a magnificent array of traditional Japanese delicacies. Combining exquisite flavours with visual pleasure, Asahi will satisfy the fussiest of palates. Asahi is without doubt the premier Japanese Restaurant in Ballarat, serving modern...

  • Asahi Japanese Restaurant

    Ballarat’s popular Asahi Japanese Restaurant is a warm and inviting eatery found in the centre of town. Traditional sushi and sashimi dishes are on offer here, as well as more robust dishes of pork belly and tempura, perfect for sharing with a group. Be sure to end the meal on...

  • Asakusa

    Named after the riverside prefecture in Tokyo, Asakusa is a neighbourhood Japanese eatery in Malvern, best known for its crispy salmon skin roll. Simply decorated in traditional Japanese style, this cosy restaurant serves an extensive menu that's brimming with Japanese favourites, including sushi, tempura, noodles and soups all prepared by...

  • Aya Japanese Restaurant

    Established in High Street, Armadale some 17 years ago, Aya continues to earn its reputation as the most unique and finest Japanese restaurant in Armadale. Conveniently located in High Street, this locally famed establishment is renowned for its fresh and delicately prepared meals, with particularly high quality Sushi and Sashimi...

  • Bentoya

    Located in the vibrant hardware precinct, Bentoya Restaurant offers an ambient and modern Japanese haven in the heart of Melbourne. The restaurant has been serving quality yet affordable Japanese cuisine for more than 10 years and is well-attuned to the desires of its diners. Reserve a table to enjoy the...

  • Chi Kitchen

    Centrally located on Little Bourke St in Melbourne's CBD, Chi Kitchen provides interesting Asian fusion fare consisting of flavours and dishes from Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Malaysian culinary tradition. The restaurant is operated by two nutritionists, who are committed to providing quality ingredients and nutritious meals to diners. The modern...

  • Chillipadi Watergardens

    Chillipadi is located in Taylors Lakes, around 20 minutes north-west of Melbourne CBD. The kitchen presents an enormous menu of Pan Asian cuisine including Chinese, Singaporean, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian dishes. The restaurant allows you to choose your dining style - casual at the sushi bar or more...

  • Chin Chin’s at Koto Moon

    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon sounds more like an entrant in Shanghai's independent film festival than a purveyor of contemporary Asian cuisine, but what awaits you is well-presented food in a sumptuous setting. Friendly staff fronts this union of modern styling and traditional fare including the likes of homemade dim...

  • Chocolate Buddha

    Grab a spot at Federation Square's Chocolate Buddha to experience a unique, Japanese-inspired, communal dining experience. Dishing out traditional Japanese fare, patrons can expect the likes of ramen, donburi, sushi, and zensai, complimented by a refined selection of sake, wine and local brews. Chocolate Buddha has a special sharing menu...

  • DonToo

    This tiny Japanese cafe in Melbourne is a powerhouse of energy, and a great city option for a quick, hearty and healthy lunch at low prices. This is how Dantoo works: enter a tiny crowded space, find the counter and make a quick choice about what you want to eat.…...

  • Edoya Japanese Restaurant

    Found away from the bustle of Melbourne's Chinatown district, Japanese restaurant and sushi bar Edoya is a casual and comfortable eatery you'll feel right at home in. Serving a traditional selection of sushi, sashimi, tempura, and noodles, guests here can get all their tried and tested favourites without the price...

  • Eis Japanese Retaurant

    A not-so-hidden gem in Melbourne's premier waterside suburb, Eis Japanese offers diners a taste of refined Japanese cuisine that is refreshingly affordable and understatedly good. A eatery with a difference, the food here can be described as a fusion between Modern Australian and Japanese, with considerate plating and not a...

  • En Izakaya

    Japanese restaurant En Izakaya brings a touch of diversity to the Balaclava dining scene. Perfect for date-night, the moodily lit and minimalistic décor offers the perfect space to sample a selection of modern Japanese menu dishes, all of which are designed to share. Go for a bottle of Sapporo or...

  • Gaijin

    Master of Japanese fusion cuisine, chef Toar Christopher, has created an innovative, original menu of dishes that pushes the boundaries of traditional Japanese cuisine at Prahran's new restaurant Gaijin. Dine in between Monday and Thursday for all you can eat sushi or check out one of the more substantial main...

  • Gochi

    Right in the heart of the Barossa Valley, Wanera Wine Bar has made a name for itself as a ‘must-visit’ destination for foodies. Renowned for its boutique wines sourced from around the world, this wine bar also serves European-influenced fare that will impress. Arrive for dinner early to take advantage...

  • Gypsy and the Pig

    Melbourne may have its fair share of Japanese eateries, but none do it quite like Gypsy and The Pig. Diners flock to Little Lonsdale Street for a taste of their famous kurobuta tonkatsu (that’s crispy pork to you and I). No one seems to mind rubbing shoulders with their neighbours...

  • Hako

    A stroll down Flinders Lane will always reward you with unexpected treats and Hako Japanese Restaurant is a gem not to be missed. The split-level restaurant features classic, minimalistic Japanese furniture and a laid back vibe. The menu offers tried and true Japanese dishes with a few surprises to treat...

  • Hanabishi Restaurant

    Undoubtedly one of Melbourne's best Japanese restaurants, Hanabishi is an ultra-popular, casual lunchtime bistro and a sublime dining experience in the evening. Many excellent and unusual dishes adorn Akio Soga's menu, all of them beautifully presented, each one a textural delight. If you are lucky you may get to try...

  • Harry Juku's

    Harry Juku’s is a Japanese Tapas bar in Richmond, taking playful inspiration from the uber cool ‘Harajuku’ district of Tokyo. The space offers a hip Melbourne-meets-underground-Tokyo vibe with its eclectic décor and dynamic set-up. The ‘japas’ menu is fittingly a little out there, but not unappealing, and very well priced....

  • Heirloom

    Heirloom defines multiculturalism. It’s a beautiful mix of East and West that, combined, produces a restaurant culture that reflects our evolving landscape. Choose from two dining areas; upfront in the chic, industrial-style dining room or relax up the back at the traditional sake bar surrounded by a swanky corporate clientele...

  • Hihou

    Don’t be deceived by the heavy black door and buzzer, it’s the only way into Hihou, an elegant Japanese bar above Melbourne’s hot lunch spot Nama Nama. Meaning ‘Secret Treasure’, Hihou offers a dramatic and alluring drinking den with a menu of shochu, sake, Japanese whiskey and beers. A black...

  • Ichi Ni

    From the ashes of the Esplanade Hotel’s bottle shop springs Ichi Ni, a Japanese izakaya-style St Kilda restaurant boasting superb views across Port Phillip Bay. It’s funky, noisy, brash and fun, with great booths offering fabulous views over the bay, seats around the open kitchen and bar area, and a...

  • Iku Yakitori

    Japan has a casual and fun side to its culture and this is what Iku Yakitori is all about. Yakitori, chicken skewers barbecued right in front of you is one of the most popular restaurant and bar foods in Japan. Eaten in combination with other items from the menu, this...

  • Ito Japanese Noodle Cafe

    Specialising in ramen, Ito Japanese Noodle Café is a Bourke Street stalwart, loved for its casual vibe and great Japanese fare. This corner eatery is packed to capacity come lunchtime, with hungry diners slurping bowls of noodles, and enjoying an assortment of sushi, sashimi and yakitori grilled skewers. It may...

  • Izakaya Chuji

    Izayaka Chuji is Melbourne’s oldest Izakaya restaurant, nestled in between Chinatown and the Greek precinct. The restaurant is a casual eating and drinking place, that is Japan’s answer to the tapas bar, serving small bites of sushi, sashimi and dishes from the grill. After dinner pop into Izakaya Chuji’s shochu...

  • Izakaya Den

    Notoriously difficult to find, descending into Izakaya Den can fill the uninitiated with nervous excitement , but never fear, what you’ll find here are friendly faces and a space devoted in equal parts to the art of Japanese eating and drinking. Note the performance art that goes on behind the...

  • Jamon

    A tiny, intimate and authentic South Yarra restaurant, Jamon offers sushi and sashimi made fresh to order in a truly Japanese style and setting.…

  • Japas Sushi Bar

    This Melbourne Central restaurant combines a sushi train with modern-Japanese tapas to create a unique dining experience that's worth checking out. Japas restaurant is open, modern and elegant and if the clatter of sushi choo choo isn’t for you, it’s quite easy to escape to the relative peace of the...

  • Kambei Japanese Restaurant

    Steeped in history, the popular Kambei Japanese Restaurant is a traditional and intimate dining experience on Ballarat’s Main Road. Within the red-walls of the restaurant, Kambei serves a unique menu of traditional Japanese dishes with both set and a la carte menus available. Diners looking for a truly unique experience...

  • Kanpai

    Kanpai is a local South Yarra Japanese restaurant in a busy eating stretch, perfect for diners in search of a quick meal. The mood is casual, the service is fast and the food is typically shared. There’s always a diverse crowd, with efficient waitresses doing their best to keep up...

  • Kappaya

    Located inside the food precinct of the Abbotsford Convent is Kappaya, a Japanese soul-food café that may seem like an odd concept, but makes a lot of sense. Dishes are artfully decorated and are as therapeutic as they are filling; think unprocessed ingredients and a number of vegan, and gluten-free...

  • Kazu

    A highly popular and long-standing Japanese restaurant, Mornington’s Kazu is a must-try. Combining the Peninsula’s quality produce with traditional Japanese techniques, there are a number of sushi and sashimi dishes on offer, as well as local beef tataki. Try a little variety with Kazu’s set banquet, or opt for take-away...

  • Kazuki’s at the Raglan

    PLEASE PHONE THE RESTAURANT DIRECTLY TO MAKE A BOOKING Inside the restored Camp Street Victorian building in Daylesford, Kazuki’s is a Japanese restaurant with a difference. Chef and owner Kazuki Tsuya (formerly of Lake House and France Soir) has created a seasonal menu based on his Japanese heritage and experience...

  • Kenzan Japanese Restaurant

    Awarded One Chef Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2007-2014 Few restaurants can boast consistent attention to detail and quality of food that’s kept them at the top of their game for some 20-odd years, but such is the case with Kenzan. The restaurant's 1980s fit-out now has a...

  • Kobe Jones - Melbourne

    In its stunning location at North Wharf, Kobe Jones offers modern Japanese dishes with an Australian twist. Chic and innovative, this venue is the perfect setting for intimate dining experiences and sampling new styles of fusion cuisine. Choose to dine Teppanyaki style or have a quiet meal away from the...

  • Koko at Crown Melbourne

    The serene beauty of Japan has been re-created at Koko, one of Melbourne's premier Japanese restaurants located at Crown Casino, Southbank. Experience the mystique and tranquility of the water garden that takes pride of place in the stunning interior by internationally renowned designer Tony Chi. Koko features authentic teppanyaki and...

  • Kokoro Ramen

    This Lonsdale Street eatery is a casual hide-away for the noodle-obsessed. Like its name suggests, Kokoro Ramen is a ramen-only venue where you can choose your dish and meat-based broth or build your own from the picture menu. As you slurp up your noodles and sip on some sake or...

  • Komeyui Japanese Restaurant

    Komeyui restaurant is the baby of former Kenzan sushi chef Motomu Kumano. With partner Queenie, Kumano brings Port Melbourne diners a taste of classic Japanese using traditional cooking methods of hagama (a traditional cast-iron pot) and shichirin (an earthen charcoal brazier). The results of these unique methods are only but...

  • Kumo Izakaya & Sake Bar

    Japanophiles rejoiced at the opening of Kumo Izakaya on Lygon Street’s busy eating strip. Based on the idea that a restaurant is not just about food, izakaya dining places an emphasis on bonding and sharing an experience. With a range of small and large dishes, ordered as you like it,...

  • Kuni’s

    Centrally located near parliament, Kuni’s has been serving traditional Japanese cuisine for over twenty years. This restaurant is decorated in a vintage-oriental theme and features both a sushi bar and formal dining area. Don’t let the décor fool you, the food is consistently great, service attentive and one of the...

  • Machi

    Walk through the nondescript frontage on Inkerman Street and discover Machi, a Japanese restaurant and bar that exceeds expectations. Art installations and red lamps hang over the dark tables here, creating a canvas for the colourful plates on offer. Think miso-smoked barramundi and a 9-bite tasting platter. Yes, there is...

  • Maedaya

    Taking its name from owner Toshi Maeda, Maedaya translated means “house of Maeda” and it is in this house that Toshi is able to showcase his many, many talents. On the ground floor you’ll find a sake bar with more than 60 varieties of sake on the drinks list and...

  • Matsuri

    A popular haunt in Prahran, Matsuri is a long-standing Japanese restaurant and favourite with the locals. Polished concrete floors and neutral tones create a cool vibe in this restaurant, where traditional Japanese fare like sashimi, sizzling noodle hotpots and creative seafood dishes are served on kitsch mismatched plates. Plus, the...

  • Misuzu’s

    Compact, intricate and gorgeous, Misuzu's restaurant in Albert Park is constantly packed with diners hungry for innovative Japanese fare at reasonable prices. Packing a bar, café area and more formal dining area into this cosy space, the menu offers plenty of seafood and vegetarian options, and a lengthy selection of...

  • Miyako

    With picturesque Yarra River views and impeccable service, Miyako is a stalwart in the Melbourne dining scene. The elegant interior, combined with various dining spaces including sushi bar, an alfresco balcony, teppanyaki and private dining area, make Miyako a desired dining destination, whatever the occasion. Miyako features two VIP Tatami...

  • Mizu

    A tiny hole-in-the-wall on Greville Street, Mizu is a very popular Japanese restaurant with a lot of heart. Seating just 20 people, this intimate restaurant revolves around authentic Japanese dishes of sushi, hotpots and soups, all meticulously prepared by the head-chef at the blonde-wood sushi bar. You'll be surprised at...

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