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East Williamsburg »

The new spots join a host of other venues that opened nearby this summer.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Mentoku chef Yasuo Okada has two ramen shops in Tokyo.

Chelsea »

Uma Temakaria's sushi burritos come filled with crab, salmon or tuna, or seaweed and vegetables.

Upper West Side »

The Japanese restaurant will keep its main menu but add special Japanese grilling to the mix as well.

Times Square & Theater District »

Seki serves a late night omakase, or chef's choice, series of sushi pieces.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Tenth Avenue shop will give American twists to Japanese classics.

Chelsea »

The Japanese chain serves customers in individual stalls.

Chelsea »

The former Izakaya Ten will re-open as Juban.

TriBeCa »

The Japanese restaurant co-owned by Robert De Niro will move to 195 Broadway in early 2017.

Long Island City »

The eatery got its start in the neighborhood earlier this year as a pop-up shop in a local bagel store.

Williamsburg »

The North Eighth Street restaurant will serve shareable Japanese small plates.

Upper East Side »

Modeled after Chipotle, the restaurant lets diners choose between rolls, bowls, buns and burgers.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Tori Shin hopes to open at the former home of La Silhouette on West 53rd Street.

Long Island City »

Hibino, which has been in Brooklyn for nearly 7 years, opened a second location at 10-70 Jackson Ave.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Ajisai was recently closed by Health Department inspectors for the second time.