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    Japanese Restaurants in Staten Island

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    Business Listing   AKA Sushi Japanese Restaurant - Staten Island, NY - Phone: (718) 608-8981

    Business Listing   Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar - Staten Island, NY - Phone: (718) 966-9600

    Business Listing   Fusha Japanese Cuisine - Staten Island, NY - Phone: (718) 980-5300

    Business Listing   Oriental Plaza Chinese & Japanese Restaurant - Staten Island, NY - Phone: (718) 761-8668

    Business Listing   Osaka Japanese Restaurant - Staten Island, NY - Phone: (718) 727-2211

    Business Listing   Tokyo Sushi Japanese - Staten Island, NY - Phone: (718) 727-1771

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    Helpful Definition for: Japanese Restaurants

    Japanese restaurants in Staten Island are the places where one can get authentic Japanese cuisine. These restaurants serve the cuisines, which have evolved over the centuries as a result of many political and social changes in Japan. The Japanese cuisine eventually transformed greatly with the advent of the medieval age which ushered in a shedding of elitism with the age of shogun rule. Japanese restaurants lay a lot of importance on the appearance of the place along with the quality of the food served. There are several Japanese restaurants in Staten Island that serve Japanese cuisine. YellowPagesGoesGreen lists some of the better known Japanese restaurants of Staten Island.

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