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Japanese food invaded America from the west coast and has spread all the way across the country to New York and DC. Once a niche restaurant genre, Japanese food can now be purchased for lunch and dinner in many smaller cities and suburbs almost anywhere food is sold. Japanese cuisine ranges from inexpensive ramen noodles to high priced hibachi steakhouses and sushi bars serving the freshest fish. If you don't like raw fish, you should avoid the sushi and sashimi restaurants. For those who want someone in the kitchen to cook their meat, there's always the delectable kobe beef option. If you are planning your next meal at a Japanese restaurant, consider these five popular terms.

  • Bento Box - A popular lunch option at sushi restaurants. A bento box is usually offered at a fixed price and includes a variety of maki rolls and sashimi. Some bento combinations even include a miso soup or ginger salad.
  • Maki - Iconic sushi that comes inside a roll of rice. Sushi rice is stickier than your typical white rice. This property helps keep the maki rolls from coming apart.
  • Tempura - Fried batter that is commonly used in Japanese restaurants to make noodles and crunchy sushi rolls. One common tempura dish is vegetable tempura that is made out of steamed vegetables coated in tempura batter.
  • Hibachi - Japanese style of restaurant where the cooks prepare each dish on a grill in the center of the table so all the patrons can watch. Hibachi cooking is an entertaining art form reminiscent of Japanese martial arts in its precision.
  • Kobe Beef - Very expensive and tender steak raised in Japan and served at Japanese steakhouses.
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    Find the best selection of traditional Asian and Japanese favorites at our local Goldsboro area Japanese restaurants. From classic miso to sushi kits and much more at our local Goldsboro area Japanese restaurants.
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    Sushi Tsune
    3417 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27607
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    (919) 833-7768
    User Review: "Extremely low quality ingredients. The sushi and meals are expensive for what you get, and simply not good." - Austin (NC)
    Sumo Japanese Steak & Sushi
    301 N Spence Ave, Goldsboro, NC 27534
    (919) 751-3322
    Hibachi K Express
    4001 Widewaters Pkwy Ste B, Knightdale, NC 27545
    (919) 217-8875
    Far East Market
    2265 New Hope Church Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604
    (919) 872-7489
    Kabuki USA Inc
    220 Nottingham Dr, Cary, NC 27511
    (919) 380-8081
    Kai Japanese Restraunt
    7713 Lead Mine Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615
    (919) 870-4923
    107 Edinburgh South Dr Ste 135, Cary, NC 27511
    (919) 460-7980
    Little Tokyo
    1105 Walnut St Ste 2, Cary, NC 27511
    (919) 462-3900
    Sarku Japan
    4325 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27612
    (919) 881-1130
    Hibachi Blue
    1500 Village Market Pl, Morrisville, NC 27560
    (919) 462-9899
    Sakura Japanese Restaurant
    5945 Cliffdale Rd Ste 1109, Fayetteville, NC 28314
    (910) 868-9400
    Oriental Market
    211 Western Blvd, Jacksonville, NC 28546
    (910) 353-3398
    Hakata Japanese Steak & Seafood House
    2553 Onslow Dr, Jacksonville, NC 28540
    (910) 455-8180
    Osaka Fusion House
    93 Western Blvd, Jacksonville, NC 28546
    (910) 378-7186
    Yamato Japanese Steak & Seafood House
    2610 S Horner Blvd, Sanford, NC 27332
    (919) 777-5222

    Japanese food is a fun option for a night out or in. If you head out to a Japanese steakhouse restaurant, you may sit at a stove top area and be treated to Japanese cooks putting on a show. Or, if you'd rather stay in, consider Japanese takeout from the corner fast food joint. Either way, you can expect fast, quality food such as chicken, beef, vegetables, seafood, and rice, usually at affordable prices. Typical Japanese food dishes include chicken and beef teriyaki, tempura, sushi, and miso soup. Sashimi–thinly sliced, raw seafood–is a particular favorite of this type of cuisine. Wash it all down with some sake or green tea, and top it off with mochi–a rice cake–for dessert. Many Japanese dishes consist of ramen noodles, steamed or fried rice, and some kind of meat, fish, or vegetable. From stir-fry to sushi rolls, you can't go wrong with Japanese cuisine. If you feel like cooking your own Japanese food, head to a specialty market to pick up the necessary ingredients. Many such stores also sell bento, which is a single-portion takeout meal consisting of the main staples of rice, fish or meat, and vegetables. Japanese food is just one type of oriental cuisine, which also includes Chinese, Thai, Korean, and Indonesian. Japanese chefs typically use a wok to cook up stir-fry, noodles, and other dishes. Many people eat their Japanese food with chopsticks. This cuisine makes a great lunch or dinner, and you can find a steakhouse or market near you quite easily. Check your junk mail for menus, get restaurant recommendations online, and keep an eye out when driving around.
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