There is a specially high-end Japanese restaurant in Los Angeles called Urasawa, and their environment is really elegant, even with a Chinese feel.
Is the fish fresh? Yep. Can you get varieties here that are not widely available? Sure can. Is the A5 Waygu tasty? Indeed. Are there hundreds of restaurants around the world with more inventive food that is tastier and served in a better environment? Absolutely. Urasawa, like the Ginza Sushi-Ko before it (now Masa''s in NYC Columbus Circle) is great Japanese. But great Japanese is roughly the equivalent of 1 Michelin star French at 10x the price. So, if you want to go, don''t whine about the cost - enjoy the experience once or don''t bother.
Not a famous store in Los Angeles, but recently because of the net red sushi has become a fire, leaving aside this kind of steamed bread too big to be practical things, simple Japanese food, in fact, is doing very good.
The Michelin 2 star, the main blowfish. Come here to taste the blowfish here. The blowfish, the meat is very fresh, very tender, the soup taste is also very good, he completely ecstatic. The pufferfish tattoo, translucent appearance very good eye, the main is the sauce here, carefully crafted, the taste is refreshing without any odour, the sauce on the pufferfish itself is a kind of enjoyment, very delicious. The wine night market here is very authentic, mellow and refreshing, sweet and bitter, intriguing, is the good wine. The store is a bit expensive, but it is worth a taste, will not let you down.
The Japanese restaurant, located on North Rodeo Street in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, is a decorated, elegant restaurant that only serves pre-ordered guests because of its high taste. The selection of Japanese food is very strict, and many are airlifted directly from Japan. Restaurants are more expensive and here more enjoy an atmosphere.