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Umiya Sushi doesn't have a location in Chinatown but it is very close. It takes only five minutes to get from the Strip to Umiya via Uber. You can order from a simple menu. Umiya offers soups, salads and sashimi as well as skewers, nigiri, skewers and maki rolls. They offer a $25 lunch deal every day from 11:30am until 3pm. Children under 36 inches can eat free if they are less than 36 inches in height. Children between 36 and 52 inches can also enjoy a reduced price ($13.95).





The YUORMI ROLL features tuna, salmon and yellowtail as well as shrimp, chives. A few smaller plates can be shared, which is slightly cheaper than their main menu. Sushi Kame is known for its excellent omakase. While the price tag is high (between $250 and $350 per head), it provides a unique 2-hour experience unlike any other. They have only 2 seating options every night. One is from 6 to 8 PM and one is from 8:30 to 10:30.

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Oyshi Sushi can be described as a cheap restaurant. You can visit the restaurant every day, from Monday through Thursday to Saturday. The hours are 11:15 Friday and Saturday. The full menu includes appetizers like salmon and tuna tarare, maguro tartare, and sashimi wraps. There are eel and mackerel seafood, mackerel salmon, albacore, salmon, tuna, cooked shrimp, and other delicious options that will leave you satisfied.

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You can also order specialty rolls, sushi and donburi bowls. You won't be disappointed by their signature dishes or bento boxes. Tokyo Boys is closed Tuesday and Monday. RA Sushi can be found in the Fashion Show Mall. One of the best things about RA Sushi, is the outdoor patio with views of the Las Vegas Strip. It's not only beautiful, but also the delicious food.

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Chef Dragon owns Sakana Japanese Bar and Restaurant. Most people love the AYCE AYCE menu. It's a top pick for the best all you can eat in Las Vegas. Sakana is at 3949 s Maryland Pkwy Eastside Las Vegas. They offer the AYCE meal menu all week. You can enjoy sushi made with salmon, garlic tuna or squid.

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Umiya Sushi, a Japanese restaurant/sushi bar located on Flamingo Road has business hours from Monday through Sunday. The restaurant is open for lunch, and offers interesting deals such as beer buckets in a mix-and-match. You can choose from pepper seared tuna or seared albacore, baby scallop, seared salmon, seared salmon, seared salmon, seared salmon, spicy octopus and fresh water eel.

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Kaiseki Yuzu provides two different dining experiences: a sushi-bar and kaiseki. Kaiseki, essentially, is a multicourse meal with many options. The experience is worth it, as the cost ranges from $125 to $210. Keep in mind that they close on Tuesday and Wednesday. Zuma is the closest restaurant to the Cosmopolitan. It's inspired by Izakaya, which is a Japanese casual bar. Zuma is known for its awardwinning cocktails. However, its authentic Japanese cuisine can also be enjoyed.

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