Explore the Best Japanese Restaurants in Dubai

Explore the Best Japanese Restaurants in Dubai

Dubai's premier restaurants showcase the finest in Japanese cuisine, featuring expertly crafted sushi, authentic ramen, and innovative fusion dishes. Prepare for a memorable dining journey, blending traditional flavors with modern culinary artistry.

Mimi Kakushi

In pictures: Mimi Kakushi has opened at Four Seasons Resort Dubai at  Jumeirah Beach - Caterer Middle East

Nestled in the Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, Mimi Kakushi channels the elegance of 1920s Osaka. With a chic ambiance, it's renowned for sushi, robata, and grilled specialties like the acclaimed black cod. Don't miss their weekend brunch for signature dishes and drinks, completing a top-tier Japanese dining experience.


FACT Review: An exceptional omakase at TakaHisa Dubai - FACT Magazine

TakaHisa stands as a premier dining spot, celebrated for its top-tier sushi and wagyu, directly sourced from Japan's finest producers. Indulge in exceptional dishes like chilled Ozaki beef carpaccio with caviar, smoked bonito, and steamed Japanese hairy crab. Don't miss the rich uni and light soy-dressed abalone. With an extensive beverage selection, TakaHisa promises a sophisticated culinary voyage.

99 Sushi

Nestled near the iconic Burj Khalifa, 99 Sushi caters to sushi enthusiasts, with origins in Madrid and two UAE outlets. Its Dubai location shines, known for exceptional value business lunches. Renowned for top-tier food quality, it's a premier Japanese dining spot in Dubai. Beautifully presented sushi platters offer both culinary delight and Instagram-worthy aesthetics.


Moonrise is an Omakase restaurant blending Middle Eastern ingredients with Japanese techniques, led by Chef Solemann Haddad. With an 8-course tasting menu inspired by Dubai's diverse food culture, guests can enjoy their meal on a rooftop with stunning city views. Moonrise offers an ever-evolving menu for a memorable culinary experience.


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Zuma, a global icon, stands as one of Dubai's top Japanese eateries, anchoring DIFC's dining scene. Renowned for its black cod, praised for its buttery texture and sweet flavor, Zuma draws crowds for brunch, business lunches, and dinners. With stellar service and a vibrant ambiance, it consistently delivers exceptional dishes like gyoza, sushi, and robata, ensuring an unforgettable dining experience.


Daikan, nestled in a Dubai residential tower, offers a relaxed ambiance and specializes in ramen. Their menu highlights include the spicy chef's special ramen and the rich, creamy shoyu ramen, both area favorites. In addition to ramen, they serve other noteworthy items like miso aubergine and chicken katsu bao with kimchi.

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