Which Japanese restaurant is the best?
Japan’s first wave of “sushi-centric” restaurants opened in the mid-1990s and have become staples in American eateries.
But the trend is fading as the Japanese palate gets older and Americans get older, which has led to a glut of foodies and a slew of new, non-Japanese restaurants.
The good news for the Japanese: You’re not alone.
USA Today surveyed more than 4,000 U.S. diners to find out which Japanese restaurants are worth checking out.
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