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Notable Japanese restaurants can be found on the Strip that serve popular food, including sushi. Nobu at Caesars Palace's largest Nobu offers an impressive range of sushi along with a variety of other dishes. The sushi bar is available only for those who come in. Many sushi restaurants offer delicious dishes that feature the freshest fish and often add a twist. Even though Las Vegas might not be right next to an ocean, fresh fish is delivered daily to every restaurant in the city.





The prices are more expensive than the sushi restaurants that offer all-you-can-eat meals, but there is a 10% discount offered during lunch hours (11am-3pm). There's also a second Sushi Mon located in southern Las Vegas, at 9770 S Maryland Parkway. Hikari Sushi's location is only minutes away from Sushi Mon. This sushi place is well-known for its Japanese food and fast service. For only $24, you can order lunch AYCE or dinner for $28. There is also a premium menu available that costs $7 extra.

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Sen of Japan offers a variety of sushi and maki-roll options. You can order them both as a à-la carte or to go. Most meals range in price from $20 to $30. Nobu is an international luxury Japanese restaurant chain. There are currently two Nobu Restaurants in Las Vegas. One is located at Caesars Palace. The other is located at the Virgin Hotel.

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You can choose from a variety of specialty rolls (raw or baked) or sushi nigiri. You can also find many small-sized dishes on their appetizer menu. Although you can order takeout, it is not the only option. Sushi Koma can also be found west on the Las Vegas Strip. They are a small restaurant but offer many delicious all-you-can-eat options. You will get more than your fair share, as their name suggests.

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There are three types of specialty rolls: deep-fried, baked, and raw. Also, there is sushi nigiri. A variety of small bite-sized appetizers are available. You can also order takeout, but this isn't all you can eat. Sushi Koma's location west of Las Vegas Strip is Sushi Koma. The restaurant is small, but it offers many different types of sushi. The name says it all, they will make sure you have your fair share.

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Yama Sushi's sushi is fresh and delicious. You'll find these delicious dishes on the nigiri sushi menu: Halibut and Giant Clams, Garlic tuna Nigiri, Garlic nigiri scallops, tamago, and Saba nigiri to name just a few. Yama Sushi won the title of Las Vegas’ first and only all-you-can-eat sushi place. This award is proof of the incredible experience the establishment has had over the years. The AYCE lunch menu is $25 and the dinner menu is $29

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Yellowtail has sashimi (sushi), sushi rolls, tempura, and sushi. My favorite specialty roll is the Angry Salmon special, which includes salmon and avocado with serrano bell peppers, cucumber, and serrano peppers. Fresh omakase also can be ordered. Kaiseki Yuzu's Japanese restaurant changes its menu once a month. Similar to Sushi-Kame, they offer only two seatings: 5:30pm & 8:00pm. These are the only times when you can make a reservation. It is worth making a booking at least two days in advance.

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