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Japanese Restaurants in Puerto Rico

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  1. Blossoms
    Located at El Conquistador Resort & Country Club.
  2. 1000 El Conquistador Avenue
    Fajardo, PR 00738
    (787) 863-1000
  3. Cepage Wine Boutique and Sushi Bar
  4. 500 Alambra and Granada Blvd.
    Caguas, PR 00726
    (787) 653-1111
  5. Cherry Blossom
    The restaurant features a teppanyaki grill and a sushi bar.
  6. 1309 Ashford Ave. (San Juan Marriott Resort)
    San Juan, PR 00907
    (787) 723-7300
  7. Mandalay
    The seafood dishes are tremendous. The restaurant has a huge array of drinks available.
  8. 999 Ashford Ave. (Condado Plaza Hotel & Casino)
    San Juan, PR 00907
    (787) 721-9140
  9. Momoyama
    Located at the Intercontinental Hotel and Casino. Specialties include Scallop Sushi, Maguro Tuna, and several other rare Asian delicacies, which are sure to tempt your palate.
  10. 5961 Isla Verde Ave.
    (787) 791-6100
  11. Tokyo Grill
    The menu offers several Japanese specialties like sushi. There is full bar service and parking on the premises.
  12. 504 Muņoz Rivera Ave., Hato Rey
    San Juan
    (787) 754-7646
  13. Yamato
    You will enjoy fine dining while being steps away from the most beautiful beach on the island. If it is Teppan-Yaki you crave, that is Yamato specialty. Teppan-Yaki is a way of Japanese-style cookery that involves the chef preparing the food right in front of you, including the grilling, dicing and chopping.
  14. 6063 Isla Verde Ave.
    San Juan
    (787) 791-8152
  15. Yukiyu
    The only Japanese restaurant in Old San Juan, it manages to serve some of the best Japanese food in Puerto Rico under the supervision of Chef Igarashi. Those craving a sushi bar should beeline for this establishment, as sushi is a specialty, along with teppan yaki.
  16. 311 Recinto Sur, Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 721-0653

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