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Fugakyu

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  • Japanese

The name in Japanese means "house of elegance" and the gracious and efficient service hits the mark, along with the interior's tatami...

Oishii Boston

  • $$$
  • Japanese

Although the entrance to this superb sushi restaurant may elude you, simply follow the crowds of raw fish fans streaming into the sleek,...

Uni

  • $$$$
  • Japanese

Downstairs in the swanky Eliot Hotel, Ken Oringer's sleek, 23-seat sashimi bar Uni continues to bring raw seafood devotees to their knees.

o ya

  • $$$$
  • Japanese

Despite its side-street location and hidden door, o ya isn't exactly a secret: dining critics from the New York Times, Bon Appetit,...

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