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Japanese Restaurants in Austin, $10-$25

22 results Japanese $10-$25
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Shogun

JapaneseSouth$10-$25

Specialties of the house include sukiyaki, tempura, teriyaki, teppanyaki, udon noodles, and soba. The menu also features some interesting salads.

1807 W. Slaughter #225, 512/292-1580

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Silhouette

JapaneseDowntown$10-$25

Sushi, rice rolls, dumplings, spring rolls, wraps, coffees, teas, and karaoke: It's the perfect spot for that late-night pick-me-up.

718 Congress, 512/478-8899

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Sushi Geisha

JapaneseDowntown$10-$25

This spot offers perfectly decent sushi at relatively low prices. The Spider Roll is a standout, but don't miss the vegetarian choices.

616 E. Sixth, 512/480-2211

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Sushi Niichi Japanese Restaurant

JapaneseCampus$10-$25

This no-frills sushi spot will satisfy your wasabi cravings. Be sure to stop next door for bubble tea at Momoko.

705-B W. 24th, 512/469-0499

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Tadashi

JapaneseWest Austin and Lakeway$10-$25

The latest suburban sushi restaurant features a cool, modern interior, a gleaming sushi display case, and a menu loaded with big rolls aimed at the U.S. palate. Tadashi also appeals to the fans of true Japanese dishes like sashimi and nigirizushi.

12820 Hill Country Blvd. Ste. E-105, 512/263-3200

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Umi Sushi Bar & Grill

JapaneseSouth$10-$25

This is one of the top sushi restaurants in Austin, with an aggressive menu and a sizable selection of nigiri. You can follow dinner with cheesecake tempura and some rowdy sake bombs.

5510 S. I-35 #400, 512/383-8681

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Yanagi

JapaneseSouth$10-$25

Sushi is prominent here, but other simple Japanese dishes such as udon noodles, teriyaki, donburi, and katsu are also on the menu, along with a small selection of Korean dishes.

4404-B W. William Cannon, 512/891-0989

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