Fujiyama

★★★★★
  • 3736 Annex Ave

    Nashville, TN 37209

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  • 615-352-7833

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Ask for the "black notebook." Oh...and they are kid friendly.

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★★★★★

Ask for the "black notebook." Oh...and they are kid friendly.

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I love this place! We've been going for a few years. I had to write something when I saw the previous review from accentlawns about Fujiyama. This place is amazing & I've been to most of the Japanese restaurants in & around Nashville,

3
★★★★★

I love this place! We've been going for a few years. I had to write something when I saw the previous review from accentlawns about Fujiyama. This place is amazing & I've been to most of the Japanese restaurants in & around Nashville,

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If I could score a zero, I would! Although we did not try the sushi, my husband and I ordered the Hibatchi Chicken and Hibatchi filet mingon. Our total bill was $50. I was sick about paying $50 for that garbage. We packed the food up and

3
★★★★★

If I could score a zero, I would! Although we did not try the sushi, my husband and I ordered the Hibatchi Chicken and Hibatchi filet mingon. Our total bill was $50. I was sick about paying $50 for that garbage. We packed the food up and

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My family hits up Fujiyummi (as I like to call it) at least once a month. They have the freshest sushi I have found in Nashville.\r
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The edamame IS the freshest and cleanest I have found anywhere, and it's cheap. I can just order a

3
★★★★★

My family hits up Fujiyummi (as I like to call it) at least once a month. They have the freshest sushi I have found in Nashville.\r
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The edamame IS the freshest and cleanest I have found anywhere, and it's cheap. I can just order a

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This place has passed all other sushi places in Nashville. The lack of a ultra-high-visibility location means there's always room for more sushi lovers! And the wait is always shorter than other sushi places, even though it's obvious

3
★★★★★

This place has passed all other sushi places in Nashville. The lack of a ultra-high-visibility location means there's always room for more sushi lovers! And the wait is always shorter than other sushi places, even though it's obvious

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While I try to act like I know what's what, I am pretty much a complete dumb a$$ about sushi, my sole prior experience with this type cuisine being limited to grocery store fare. I've eaten at Fujiyama while barely even knowing what I was ordering or the proper way to eat it, but sometimes you just have to go crazy in life and try things. I do know if something tastes good to me and if service at a place is good, and Fujiyama gets kudos on both counts.

5
★★★★★

While I try to act like I know what's what, I am pretty much a complete dumb a$$ about sushi, my sole prior experience with this type cuisine being limited to grocery store fare. I've eaten at Fujiyama while barely even knowing what I was ordering or the proper way to eat it, but sometimes you just have to go crazy in life and try things. I do know if something tastes good to me and if service at a place is good, and Fujiyama gets kudos on both counts.

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The sushi is always fresh! The staff are so friendly, the chef is incredible, and the owners are always so happy to see us. The food is presented with a lot of flare. The hours are great and the restauraunt is always clean. My husband and I have tried most sushi places in town and Fujiyama is by far our favorite. Since finding it we eat there at least once a week. Yum!!!

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★★★★★

The sushi is always fresh! The staff are so friendly, the chef is incredible, and the owners are always so happy to see us. The food is presented with a lot of flare. The hours are great and the restauraunt is always clean. My husband and I have tried most sushi places in town and Fujiyama is by far our favorite. Since finding it we eat there at least once a week. Yum!!!

Pros: Best tempura and beautiful presentation!

Cons: Miso soup and ginger dressing are just ok.

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This is our main sushi place in Nashville. We have been to many other sushi restaurants in Nashville and this is by far one of the best for the price and amount. They also offer grill food for those that do not like raw food. The Saki leaves something to be desired but overall this is my favorite for sushi. A must try, if you dont like it then you can go to your favorite place but at least you have tried it.

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★★★★★

This is our main sushi place in Nashville. We have been to many other sushi restaurants in Nashville and this is by far one of the best for the price and amount. They also offer grill food for those that do not like raw food. The Saki leaves something to be desired but overall this is my favorite for sushi. A must try, if you dont like it then you can go to your favorite place but at least you have tried it.

Pros: Sushi always fresh and plentiful, grill items, good staff

Cons: They never have Sea Urchin or Salmon Roe.

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Yum. The sushi is great. The service is amazing. The choices are endless. The recommendations are fun! I enjoy everything about this restaurant.

Sushi can be expensive anywhere you go...and this isn't TOO bad. So expect to drop at least $50 if you want a few rolls, and a beverage for a party of two.

It's the best sushi I've had in Nashville to date.

Thanks Fujiyama! :)

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★★★★☆

Yum. The sushi is great. The service is amazing. The choices are endless. The recommendations are fun! I enjoy everything about this restaurant.

Sushi can be expensive anywhere you go...and this isn't TOO bad. So expect to drop at least $50 if you want a few rolls, and a beverage for a party of two.

It's the best sushi I've had in Nashville to date.

Thanks Fujiyama! :)

Pros: Quiet Environment, Amazing Sushi, Wonderful Staff

Cons: None

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My husband and I first ate at Fujiyama the weekend it opened and have been back numerous times since. (We've lost count!) Fujiyama is fabulous! So far, there has never been any wait to be seated and the staff is VERY attentive and friendly. The sushi is fresh and better than any other sushi place we have ever been to. Our favorites include the Fuji Mountain, Nashville roll, Alaska roll, Tiger roll (spicy), and California roll dinner (18pc--the best California roll we've ever had!). The Miso soup is excellent, as well as the tempura. Take-out is very convenient as well. There is plenty of parking. While the neighborhood looks a little sketchy, the area is being improved with the new Best Buy, Costco, Target, etc shopping center. The restaurant is very easy to get to, as it is located between Exits 201 and 204 off of I-40. We LOVE Fujiyama's, and we will keep going back for more sushi!!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I first ate at Fujiyama the weekend it opened and have been back numerous times since. (We've lost count!) Fujiyama is fabulous! So far, there has never been any wait to be seated and the staff is VERY attentive and friendly. The sushi is fresh and better than any other sushi place we have ever been to. Our favorites include the Fuji Mountain, Nashville roll, Alaska roll, Tiger roll (spicy), and California roll dinner (18pc--the best California roll we've ever had!). The Miso soup is excellent, as well as the tempura. Take-out is very convenient as well. There is plenty of parking. While the neighborhood looks a little sketchy, the area is being improved with the new Best Buy, Costco, Target, etc shopping center. The restaurant is very easy to get to, as it is located between Exits 201 and 204 off of I-40. We LOVE Fujiyama's, and we will keep going back for more sushi!!

Pros: Excellent food, service, parking

Cons: none

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If you are looking for a wide variety of sushi to choose from, this is the place for you! My husband and I are avid sushi eaters, always looking for a new hot spot. This place tops the list! Their seafood tempura is also phenominal. I can't think of another place that actually gives you tempura scallops (AMAZING!). The price is well worth it; this sushi is fresh and made perfectly. Plus, there are so many choices on the menu. This is a great place to come with a group, have everyone order something different, and share. It lacks the glamorous habachi grill, but the atmosphere is so much better than at those places. Plus, this place gives you real miso soup, not chicken broth, with the meal. As other people mentioned, don't let the locaton scare you. This place is by far Nashville's best kept secret!

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★★★★★

If you are looking for a wide variety of sushi to choose from, this is the place for you! My husband and I are avid sushi eaters, always looking for a new hot spot. This place tops the list! Their seafood tempura is also phenominal. I can't think of another place that actually gives you tempura scallops (AMAZING!). The price is well worth it; this sushi is fresh and made perfectly. Plus, there are so many choices on the menu. This is a great place to come with a group, have everyone order something different, and share. It lacks the glamorous habachi grill, but the atmosphere is so much better than at those places. Plus, this place gives you real miso soup, not chicken broth, with the meal. As other people mentioned, don't let the locaton scare you. This place is by far Nashville's best kept secret!

Pros: Sushi choices, parking, service!

Cons: Located at a crappy part of town, but worth the risk!

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OK people like other reviwers have said don't let the loaction scare you or you will miss out on one very good sushi place. That being said yes it is a little pricey but I for one am tried of paying less money for mediocre sushi. Where one day its good and you go back the next week and it's not good at all. This place does not disappoint. It is fresh and ohh so good and the service was execellent. I was hungry so I had a little bit of everything. The avacodo rolls where perfect, the tempura sweet potatoes maybe a little greasy but still excellent and I had the miso soup and Ginger chicken. Ohh was that heaven. The miso soup for once didn't taste like the salt shaker had been dumped into it and the ginger chicken and a really nice ginger snap to it. And the presentation with the fruit on the side was a wonderful suprise. My son and I will be going back to this place every chance we get. You have got to try this place if you are tired of sub-par sushi.

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★★★☆☆

OK people like other reviwers have said don't let the loaction scare you or you will miss out on one very good sushi place. That being said yes it is a little pricey but I for one am tried of paying less money for mediocre sushi. Where one day its good and you go back the next week and it's not good at all. This place does not disappoint. It is fresh and ohh so good and the service was execellent. I was hungry so I had a little bit of everything. The avacodo rolls where perfect, the tempura sweet potatoes maybe a little greasy but still excellent and I had the miso soup and Ginger chicken. Ohh was that heaven. The miso soup for once didn't taste like the salt shaker had been dumped into it and the ginger chicken and a really nice ginger snap to it. And the presentation with the fruit on the side was a wonderful suprise. My son and I will be going back to this place every chance we get. You have got to try this place if you are tired of sub-par sushi.

Pros: great food all around, service

Cons: location (but I can over look that for the yummy food)

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I just recently moved from California to Nashville and I was looking for a Japanese restaurant to try. I am not exaggerating when I say Fujiyama is the best Japanese restaurant in town; the food is fresh, the staff is attentive, and it is worth every penny. Don't let the location fool you, it is the best hidden Japanese secret in Nashville. I dine there at least once a week and Ryan (sushi chef) always offers new dishes to try.

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★★★★★

I just recently moved from California to Nashville and I was looking for a Japanese restaurant to try. I am not exaggerating when I say Fujiyama is the best Japanese restaurant in town; the food is fresh, the staff is attentive, and it is worth every penny. Don't let the location fool you, it is the best hidden Japanese secret in Nashville. I dine there at least once a week and Ryan (sushi chef) always offers new dishes to try.

Pros: Fresh fish, friendly staff, convenient parking, great hours

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Thought it was a little pricey, but the experience was worth it for Saturday date night. Great presentation...the Dragon Roll is something to see. Very clean, more so than other cheaper sushi places, cozy atmosphere.

2
★★★★☆

Thought it was a little pricey, but the experience was worth it for Saturday date night. Great presentation...the Dragon Roll is something to see. Very clean, more so than other cheaper sushi places, cozy atmosphere.

Pros: Freshness, presentation, selection

Cons: Pricey

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We were hesitant at first to try this new Japanese Restaurant located off Charlotte Pike, but we were so glad that we did! There is a wide spectrum of choices on the menu, from sushi to hibachi to udon entrees and more. The sushi was incredibly fresh with great presentation and definately in my top 3, although it was a bit pricey, it was worth it. The atmosphere is friendly and very clean, and the staff were very helpful with recommendations from the menu. We will definately be back!

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★★★★★

We were hesitant at first to try this new Japanese Restaurant located off Charlotte Pike, but we were so glad that we did! There is a wide spectrum of choices on the menu, from sushi to hibachi to udon entrees and more. The sushi was incredibly fresh with great presentation and definately in my top 3, although it was a bit pricey, it was worth it. The atmosphere is friendly and very clean, and the staff were very helpful with recommendations from the menu. We will definately be back!

Pros: Fresh fish, wide selection, friendly staff, great atmosphere

Cons: a bit pricey

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This was our first visit to Fujiyama but we didn't expect it to be so pricey located off of Charlotte Pike. The server was not attentive to our needs....we had to ask for more hot tea, water, soy sauce, etc. Overall the sushi was good but Nashville has better sushi restaurants with more resonable prices.

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★★★☆☆

This was our first visit to Fujiyama but we didn't expect it to be so pricey located off of Charlotte Pike. The server was not attentive to our needs....we had to ask for more hot tea, water, soy sauce, etc. Overall the sushi was good but Nashville has better sushi restaurants with more resonable prices.

Pros: Nice, clean, ambience very good

Cons: Price

 

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