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Sapporo Revolving Sushi operates multiple locations in Las Vegas. Sapporo Revolving Sushi offers conveyor belt sushi via an automated delivery system. The sophisticated sensor system makes sure that every plate on the conveyor is directed at the appropriate destination at the best time. The menu includes nigiri, which can be made from tuna, squids or surf clam. There are many options for special rolls including strawberry rolls and many others.


Yama Sushi's sushi is fresh and delicious. You'll find these delicious dishes on the nigiri sushi menu: Halibut and Giant Clams, Garlic tuna Nigiri, Garlic nigiri scallops, tamago, and Saba nigiri to name just a few. Yama Sushi won the title of Las Vegas’ first and only all-you-can-eat sushi place. This award is proof of the incredible experience the establishment has had over the years. The AYCE lunch menu is $25 and the dinner menu is $29

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Fast service and delicious food are the hallmarks of Jaburritos. Jaburritos can be found on the LINQ Promenade at the Strip's center. Delivery can be ordered through Uber Eats and Postmates as well as Grubhub. YU-ORMI Sushi Bar, located in the arts district just a few minutes away from Fremont Street, is one of the most popular places to get sushi in downtown Las Vegas. You can order nigiri, sushi, or specialty rolls. You can dine in, order takeout, or get delivery.

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You can choose from a variety of specialty rolls (raw or baked) or sushi nigiri. You can also find many small-sized dishes on their appetizer menu. Although you can order takeout, it is not the only option. Sushi Koma can also be found west on the Las Vegas Strip. They are a small restaurant but offer many delicious all-you-can-eat options. You will get more than your fair share, as their name suggests.

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The Japanese-inspired atmosphere is reflected in the Japanese restaurant's view of a koi pool with a waterfall that reaches 90 feet. Mizumi has a business casual dress code so dress accordingly. Wazuzu can be found at Encore, Wynn's sister property. The Pan-Asian restaurant offers a variety of Asian cuisines, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese. You can choose from favorites such as smoked salmon rolls and shrimp rolls, California rolls, yellowtail, and California rolls.

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Oyshi Sushi has a low cost restaurant. Open all week. Monday to Thursday at 11:30. Friday and Saturday at 11:30. You will find appetizers such as the salmon and tuna Tartare, maguro Tataki, and sashimi wraps on the full menu. You will not be disappointed with the selections of mackerel, eel, mackerel, and salmon sushi.

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Kaiseki Yuzu is home to two distinct dining experiences. Kaiseki is a multi-course meal offering a variety. It's a multi-course meal that costs $125 to $210 depending on which course you choose. However, it's well worth it. Remember that they are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Zuma is the nearest sushi restaurant if you stay at the Cosmopolitan. It's designed after the Izakaya restaurant style, which is casual Japanese bar. Zuma is renowned for its award-winning cocktails. But its authentic Japanese cuisine is also quite good.

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