Sashimi, sushi, tempura and ramen. When it comes to Japanese food in Singapore, there are many Japanese restaurants and eateries to choose from at a wide variety of price points.
The popularity of Japanese food in Singapore has also led to the development of clusters of Japanese restaurants in Singapore and Japanese food streets where you can find multiple Japanese food establishments close to one another. There are also F&B outlets with multi-dining concepts, allowing hungry diners to choose from various options in one location.
Japanese Food in Singapore
Hungry for Japanese food? Here are some places where you can find clusters of restaurants and food streets offering Japanese food in Singapore.
Liang Court is a mall that serves the Japanese community in Singapore. It is therefore no surprise that it is a hotspot when it comes to Japanese food in Singapore. Japanese restaurants are located all over the mall. There are the ramen restaurants, Marutama Ra-men and Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen, an udon and tempura restaurant, Tamoya Udon, and café-style, casual dining spots like Café Ma Maison and Tampopo Deli. The basement area outside Mediya Supermarket is also where you can find the Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru restaurant and Yayoi, a donburi restaurant. Liang Court has a speciality Okinawan restaurant too.
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177 River Valley Rd, Liang Court, Singapore 179030
Eat At Seven, Suntec City
Eat At Seven offers a multi-dining location where diners can choose from various specialist Japanese eateries, each with a strong reputation. Establishments represented at Eat at Seven include Bishamon (miso ramen), Katsudon Hanakatsu (pork and chicken katsudon), Kohaku (tendon), Menya Takeichi (chicken ramen), Enbu (Charcoal Grill Izakaya), Maguro-Donya (sashimi) and Tsuruhashi Fugetsu (okonomiyaki).
Eat At Seven is part of Suntec City’s Japan Food Street. Other choices available at Japan Food Street include Japanese buffet restaurant Kuishin Bo and Sumiya, a contemporary charcoal grill specialist.
3 Temasek Blvd, Suntec City, Level 3, Singapore 038983
Japan Town, Wisma Atria
16 dining establishments from Japan are located on Level 4 of Wisma Atria. These restaurants hail from all over Japan, from Hokkaido to the Kanagawa Prefecture. Visit Japan Town for restaurants such as Inaniwa Yosuke (udon), Shabu Shabu Gyu Jin (shabu shabu), Machida-Shoten (ramen), Osaka Kitchen (teppanyaki), Bonta bonta (rice specialities) and more.
435 Orchard Road, Wisma Atria, Level 4, Singapore 238877
Daimon Food Alley, Jurong Point
Choose from a variety of Japanese restaurants in one convenient location at the basement of Jurong Point. Eateries at Daimon Food Alley include Ginzushi (sushi, sashimi, donburi), Tenfuku Tendon Specialty (tempura), Idaten Udon (udon with crispy tempura) Ichiban Bento (takeaway bentos) and Wadori (yakitori).
1 Jurong West Central 2, Jurong Point Shopping Centre, #B1 – 47/48/49/50/51, Singapore 648886
Japan Gourmet Hall Sora
Operated by ANA, Japan Gourmet Hall Sora at Changi Airport Terminal 2 is a Japanese food court with stalls brought in from Japan. Besides tendon, sashimi and ramen stalls, there is Tsuruhashi Fugetsu, an okonomiyaki chain from Osaka and Japoli Kitchen, a Japanese-Italian stall.
Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport Terminal 2, Level 3
Found at the basement of Orchard Central, Hokkaido Marche is a Japanese food court in Singapore with individual stalls from Sapporo, Hakodate and Asahikawa. The food selection available at Hokkaido Marche includes ramen, donburi, udon tempura, curry rice, sashimi and butadon.
181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central, #B2-11 to 29, 44 to 28, Singapore 238896
Itadakimasu by PARCO
Located at Tanjong Pagar’s 100 AM mall, Itadakimasu by PARCO brings together a mix of Japanese restaurants in Singapore. These include Shabu Shabu GYU JIN (shabu shabu), Nadai Fujisoba NI HACHI (soba or buckwheat noodles), Numazu Uogashizushi (sushi), Ramen Keisuke Tori King (chicken ramen), Yakiniku Heijoen (barbeque beef), Yoyoi (donburi and other rice dishes) and Saboten (tonkatsu).
100 Tras Street, 100 AM, #03-10 to 15 and #03-K1, Singapore 079027
Japan Foods Garden
Found within the Food Republic food court in the basement of Shaw Centre is the Japan Foods Garden. This section of the food court features a variety of Japanese food stalls which sell donburi, curry rice, sushi and teppanyaki. Japanese beer is also available on tap from a bar.
1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre, Basement 1, Singapore 228208
Boasting 10 different dining concepts, Emporium Shokuhin provides a range of experiences for foodies. These include a Live Seafood Market Dining section where diners can pick out their dinner from tanks of seafood. Those looking for Japanese food in Singapore can also head to Emporium Shokuhin’s restaurants such as a yakiniku grill, ramen and gyoza restaurant and shabu shabu restaurant.
6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-18, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Nihon Food Street at Millenia Walk
Millenia Walk’s Nihon Food Street offers a variety of Japanese food options, lined up neatly in a row. Japanese food lovers in Singapore can choose from restaurants such as Miharu Sapporo Ramen, Gyu Jin Shabushabu & Sukiyaki Restaurant and Uma Uma Ramen. Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry can also be found at Nihon Food and offers a variation on the regular brown Japanese curry.
9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, Level 2, Singapore 039596
Ramen Champion at Bugis+ is made for Japanese ramen lovers. Inside the so-called ramen stadium, there are multiple stalls selling different varieties of ramen. Tuck into God Ramen, Tonkotsu White Ramen and more as they each compete to be tops for your taste buds. Ramen Champion also has outlets at Changi Airport Terminal 3 and Central.
201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, #04-10, Singapore 188067