Below is a list of the top and leading Japanese Restaurants in Mesa. To help you find the best Japanese Restaurants located near you in Mesa, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Mesa’s Best Japanese Restaurants:
The top-rated Japanese Restaurants in Mesa, AZ are:
- Osaka Japanese Steakhouse – specializes in serving a wide selection of sushi and teppanyaki dishes in a sleek space
- Toh Zan Nagasaki Grill – serves delicious and authentic Japanese dishes since 1983
- House Modern Sushi Restaurant – offers innovative sushi rolls and authentic Japanese dishes in a modern restaurant
- Makitto Sushi – combines traditional and modern cooking styles to severe the best selection of Japanese fare
- Saketini and Muckbang – feature the best Japanese and Korean food creations from the best chefs in town
Osaka Japanese Steakhouse
Osaka Japanese Steakhouse specializes in serving a wide selection of sushi and teppanyaki dishes in a sleek space. The restaurant offers a private dining room and a bar. Furthermore, they offer special sushi rolls like Fire Dragon roll, Caterpillar Roll, Osaka Roll, and Forever Tuna roll. There are great selections of sushi to choose from.
There are teppanyaki entrees served with mushroom soup, house salad, shrimp, rice, and vegetables. The selection includes steak, filet mignon, chicken, mahi-mahi, and swordfish. Moreover, they serve teppanyaki combinations. They also serve dinner boxes for teriyaki, sashimi, and sushi.
Address: 6730 E Superstition Springs Blvd, Mesa, AZ 85206
Phone: (480) 830-8884
“Great sushi! Cold beer. Don’t go there if u are looking for a quiet atmosphere. It’s not! If the noise doesn’t bother you then you’re in for a great meal! Great place for lunch too. I dine alone often (yes I have friends) and I’m always made to feel very welcome by the wait staff.” – Tomasa Shapiro
Toh Zan Nagasaki Grill
Toh Zan Nagasaki Grill serves delicious and authentic Japanese dishes since 1983. They serve Nagasaki-style Japanese food. The restaurant is family-owned and operated. Furthermore, they serve chicken katsu, ramen, sukiyaki, and beef gyudon. there are also entrees like katsu don, tempura, teriyaki, and yakiniku.
They also serve sashimi and sushi for salmon, tuna, and octopus. They also serve assorted options and platters. Moreover, they have feature sushi rolls and nigiri like soft shell crab roll and unagi nigiri. The kid’s meal includes breaded chicken, yakitori chicken skewer, and gyoza.
Japanese restaurant, sushi, nigiri, teriyaki
Address: 1135 N Recker Rd UNIT 113, Mesa, AZ 85205
Phone: (480) 668-6688
“To start off, their service was fantastic. The waitress was super polite, fast, and knowledgeable. But on top of that, this was legitimately the best authentic Japanese food I’ve ever had. I ordered the Chicken Katsu-donburi dinner plate and everything tasted very fresh and delicious. I HIGHLY recommend everyone go try this place. You will not be disappointed!” – Jason Alldredge
House Modern Sushi Restaurant
House Modern Sushi Restaurant offers innovative sushi rolls and authentic Japanese dishes in a modern restaurant. They prepare the dishes using the finest ingredients and premium meats. Furthermore, they have special rolls like baby lobster, crunch scallop, dynamite, and Hawaiian. There are also options for Japanese lasagna, Mexican, and spicy tuna crunch.
They serve house special sashimi like tuna poke, tiger salad, and Cajun albacore crispy onion salad. Moreover, they serve yaki udon, yakisoba, and tempura. There are sushi and nigiri options for yellowtail, salmon, unagi, and many more.
Japanese restaurant, udon, soba, nigiri, sushi, sashimi
Address: 1641 S Stapley Dr #103, Mesa, AZ 85204
Phone: (480) 545-6009
“Cool little sushi spot. Good food, reasonably priced…. and good service. Big plus is they are open on Sundays.” – Fausto Saldana
Makitto Sushi combines traditional and modern cooking styles to severe the best selection of Japanese fare. It is owned and operated by a local chef with great experience in Japanese cuisine. The dishes are available for dine-in and delivery options. Furthermore, they severe chicken katsu, chicken teriyaki, and tempura. One of their specialties is the Makitto Poki Burrito which is a sushi burrito.
They have a wide selection of nigiri and sushi options. Moreover, they over options of squid nigiri, sweet shrimp, salmon, octopus sashimi, albacore nigiri, and many more. There are also rolls that are house-specials and traditional.
Address: 1055 N Dobson Rd #106, Mesa, AZ 85201
Phone: (480) 508-6761
”What are the best sushi experiences I’ve had since I moved to Mesa. I don’t think I need even say anymore. It was just so good the wait staff was nice even the smell when you walk in smell like a sushi restaurant that was clean but had everything that you want like a fresh bowl of miso soup and a solid that was just delicious but the ginger dressing. It was awesome definitely go but know that it’s like a neighborhood feel.” – Julian Vigay
Saketini and Muckbang
Saketini and Muckbang feature the best Japanese and Korean food creations from the best chefs in town. It is a fusion restaurant featuring a full bar. there is a private karaoke room ready for reservation. Furthermore, their main dishes include udon, ramen, and yakisoba. There are also options of teriyaki and katsu with chicken, beef, salmon, and whitefish. In addition, there is also a selection of tuna poke, tempura, calamari, and chicken wings.
There are sushi combos of up to 30 pcs. They offer lunch bento for nigiri and sashimi. Moreover, they offer kitchen bento of spicy pork, bulgogi, spicy chicken, and salmon., There are also traditional and special rolls available.
Address: 1120 S Dobson Rd, Mesa, AZ 85202
Phone: (480) 615-6000
”My first time trying sushi, I loved the food and the restaurant. The staff was beyond amazing and our waitress was a solid 10/10. Really good experience and not over priced.” – Daniel Davis
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