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Japanese Food Restaurants In Baton Rouge

Mapped Restaurants Baton Rouge

Koi Japanese Cusine Koi Japanese Cusine Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

217 W State St Baton rouge
(225) 387-5678

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near W State St And Lake St

Hello Sushi Hello Sushi Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

3930 Burbank Dr, Ste A Baton rouge
(225) 768-8808

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Burbank Dr And Milford Ave

Ichiban Sushi Bar and Japanese Grill Ichiban Sushi Bar and Japanese Grill Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

5741 Essen Ln Baton rouge
(225) 767-2288

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Essen Ln And Anselmo Ln

P.F. Chang's P.F. Chang's Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

7341 Corporate Blvd Baton rouge
(225) 216-9044

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Corporate Blvd And Towne Center Blvd

Koto Koto Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

3023 College Dr Baton rouge
(225) 924-1980

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near College Dr And Bennington Ave

Sushi Yama Sushi Yama Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

7731 Perkins Rd, Ste 120 Baton rouge
(225) 767-8880

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Perkins Rd And Bles Ave

Hello Sushi Hello Sushi Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

18291 Highland Rd Baton rouge
(225) 751-2888

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Highland Rd And Petroleum Ave

Wahada Japanese Sushi Bar & Grill Wahada Japanese Sushi Bar & Grill Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

5201 Nicholson Dr Baton rouge
(225) 767-1880

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Oleson St And Brightside Dr

Tokyo Cafe Tokyo Cafe Baton Rouge 3 Star Rating

7584 Bluebonnet Blvd Baton rouge
(225) 768-7888

Baton Rouge Japanese Restaurant near Bluebonnet Blvd And Park Rowe Ave

Japanese Restaurants Baton Rouge


Japanese cuisine has been touted as one of the healthiest globally, a claim supported by the fact that some of the oldest living individuals in the world hailing from Japan. Because of a deeply-rooted historical aversion to meat, with the exception of wild game, the most common ingredients used in Japanese cooking include rice, fish, tofu and vegetables combined in a carefully prepared meal of balanced colors and flavors. Most Baton Rouge Japanese restaurants offer a sumptuous array of fresh sashimi and sushi dipped into a typical sauce of soy and red-hot wasabi, alongside platters of pickled vegetables, a bowl of steamed rice and miso soup. Foreign influences, both Asian and Western, have brought about other popular dishes such as the hearty ramen, crunchy tonkatsu, and deep-fried tempura. As in most major cities, Baton Rouge features several restaurants that offer authentic Japanese fare.

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