Sushi, Teppanyaki, Hibachi, Sashimi and More – Read About the Japanese Cuisine You Love

Japanese breakfast in bento box. Top view of classic japanese breakfast

What Do Japanese Eat for Breakfast?

We can all agree that breakfast is an essential meal in all cultures. Most people look for energy-packed nutrition that’s quick and easy to fix so they can get on with the day’s work. That’s why a warm, filling bowl of oatmeal is a common breakfast dish in Western culture. The Japanese take a wise […]

Osaka Las Vegas teppan grill sizzling steak

Steak and Sushi: A Great Combination

When it comes to indulging in a great dinner, steak and seafood usually top the list. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that not all seafood is created equal. If you want a truly incredible experience, elevate your plate with an award-winning combination: steak and sushi. Las Vegas just happens to have one of […]

Authentic Japanese sushi meal with sushi roll, green tea, wasabi and soy sauce artistically arranged

Authentic Japanese Sushi Reflects Japanese Culture

Sushi is a dish loved around the world. Once it left Japan, sushi became a magnet for food lovers everywhere, with sushi bars and sushi restaurants popping up across the US, in Europe and basically just about everywhere. Japanese sushi is a complex and refined culinary specialty that truly reflects the Japanese culture it came […]

Kai's special sushi plate at Osaka Japanese Bistro

Why We Don’t Serve “All You Can Eat” Sushi

Osaka Japanese Bistro has been part of the Las Vegas food scene for over 50 years. And, all that time, we haven’t offered an “all you can eat” sushi menu, even though we know that’s a popular choice among some diners. We brought the first Japanese food to Las Vegas back in 1967 and we […]

kagami mochi table decoration of mochi rice cakes and orange for Japanese new year cellebration

Celebrate the New Year with Osaka Japanese Bistro

Las Vegas’ Best Japanese Restaurant Off Strip Shares Japanese New Year Traditions No matter how you celebrate the New Year, some traditions are universal. Like the holidays in America, Japanese New Year is about spending time with loved ones to show them how much they’re cherished. It’s also a time to enjoy ancient ritual customs […]