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Japanese Restaurants in Austin, $10-$25

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A Ajishin Sushi & Noodles

JapaneseNorth$10-$25

6301 W. Parmer, #505, 512/297-2758

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B BarChi Sushi

JapaneseDowntown$10-$25

206 Colorado, 512/382-5557

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C DK Sushi

JapaneseSouth$10-$25

On Mondays, this sushi joint adds karaoke for those 21 and older, which gives you some idea of the party put on nightly by chef DK Lee. The menu features both Korean and Japanese favorites.

6400-C S. First, 512/326-5807

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D Ichiban

JapaneseMidtown$10-$25

Find Korean fare as well as the traditional Japanese items and, of course, sushi, with a focus on taste as well as presentation.

7310 Burnet Rd., 512/458-3700

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E Kemuri Tatsu-Ya

JapaneseLower East$10-$25

Eclectic izakaya from the owners of Ramen Tatsu-Ya incorporates elements of the Texas smokehouse. The "hot pocketz" are not to be missed.

2713 E. Second, 512/893-5561

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F Komé

JapaneseMidtown$10-$25 First Plates 

Well-executed Japanese home cooking. The lunch menu features some of the best deals in Austin, like the gorgeous sashimi lunch. The ramen is a treat, too. In 2017, the restaurant moved just down the street into bigger digs.

5301 Airport #100, 512/712-5700

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G Lavaca Teppan

JapaneseCampus$10-$25

This old-school teppanyaki restaurant is can be found in an impressive, vibrant setting near campus. Try beef tataki and tempura don; thanks to the reasonable pricing, you'll be back for the rest.

1712 Lavaca, 512/520-8630

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H Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen

JapaneseSouth Congress and South First$10-$25

Quick/casual Japanese restaurant

1303 S. Congress, 512/444-8081

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I Maru Japanese Restaurant

JapaneseMidtown$10-$25

This inviting little spot offers quality sushi and sashimi at reasonable prices, as well as noodle bowls, teriyaki, bento boxes, and tempura. Keen attention to detail makes this a place to remember.

4636 Burnet Rd., 512/458-6200

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J Michi Ramen

JapaneseMidtown$10-$25 First Plates 

Starting as a food truck, this place takes on a brick-and-mortar business competing admirably against Austin's other ramen contenders. Housemade gyoza, Chashu Don of roast pork and rice, among other deviations, make this spot more than a one-trick pony.

6519 N. Lamar, 512/386-1908

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K Musashino Sushi Dokoro

Japanese, Raw, SeafoodCampus$10-$25

Serving a whopping variety of sushi and a small selection of Japanese appetizers, this restaurant features fine fish and friendly service.

2905 San Gabriel St, Ste 200, 512/795-8593

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L Odaku Sushi

JapaneseNorth$10-$25

Who would have thought a little out-of-the-way restaurant would hold such treasures? We went straight for the hamachi and uni. What a pleasant surprise!

2501 W. Parmer #500, 512/834-9304

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M Piranha Killer Sushi

JapaneseDowntown$10-$25

This restaurant boasts beautiful presentation and an extensive sake and wine menu. Try the Love at First Sight roll.

207 San Jacinto #202, 512/473-8775

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N Ramen Tatsu-ya

JapaneseNorth$10-$25 First Plates 

The No. 1 Tonkotsu Original ramen bowl contains addicting, creamy pork broth filled with al-dente noodles, a slice of tender pork belly, and half of a boiled egg. You must try the Spicy Bomb.

8557 Research #126

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O Sa-Tén Coffee

Coffeehouse, Japanese, Vegetarian/VeganEast$10-$25

Creativity is fueled by serious coffee here, including a robust 16-hour cold brew. It's perfect for pairing with their selection of Rosen's bagels. Japanese-style toast anchors most of the food offerings, whether as the main event or a side. The toast forms the foundation to everything from grilled vegetables (yasai) to egg spread (nori tama).

916 Springdale, Bldg. 3, #101, 512/524-1544

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