Shoya is a multi-level Japanese retaurant on Market Lane, next door to Flower Drum and across from HuTong.

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Kazuki’s at the Raglan is owned and operated by chef Kazuki Tsuya and his wife Saori Tsuya.

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Sushi Roku is a Japanese restaurant with outlets in five locations. The Las Vegas branch was our dining destination for our last night of our USA road trip.

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Komo does Japanese take-way from its small shop front on Whitehorse road in Mitcham.

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Circuz is a casual Japanese noodle bar and grill in Glen Waverley. I have had lunch there at least four times and each time I get the Bento box. Read the rest of this entry »

We got a bit lost trying to find Zuma. We knew it was on levels 5 and 6 of the Landmark building but do you think we could find it? In fact, to start with, we couldn’t even find levels and 5 and 6, the section of the building we were in didn’t have that many levels!

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Despite loving Japanese food, J and I hadn’t yet got to our local Japanese restuarant, despite living in our new suburb for over a year. This was finally rectified when we organised to meet up with two other couples there for dinner on a Saturday night.

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In Japan, an izakaya is a drinking establishment which also serves food, sort of like the Japanese version of a pub. Many izakaya style restaurants have been popping up in Melbourne over the last few years. One of them, Izakaya Den has been on mine and J’s wish list for a while now, and one Saturday night, before a concert, we finally got there!
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Shira Nui is a Japanese restaurant in Glen Waverley, one of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.

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