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April 18, 2020updated May 19, 2020

Mizumi

Head to Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas for one of the best Japanese meals on The Strip.

By Emma Reynolds

One of the best Japanese meals in Las Vegas at Wynn Las Vegas, Mizumi takes you on a sensory journey from the moment you walk inside. Decorated with classic Japanese decor and a bright color palette (mainly vibrant pops of red), it is one of the most beautiful restaurants in all of Las Vegas, and it’s so authentic that you might even forget you’re in the middle of the desert. Guests can choose to sit in the main dining room or near a glass wall that overlooks a stunning outdoor fountain, called the Tryst lagoon, that is lit to perfection. The room is inspired by Japan’s modern urban cities, and in the back of the restaurant, there is even a floating pagoda and a Japanese garden. During warmer months, they open so you can feel the warm desert breeze while you enjoy your meal. Chef Devin Hashimoto introduces his unique style of Japanese robatayaki, teppanyaki and sushi to guests with a contemporary flair. There are unique table demonstrations and a cuisine for everyone, whether you want sushi or multi-course Japanese dishes, such as American wagyu short ribs with roasted eggplant puree or inaniwa pasta. Or you can book a table with an open robatayaki and teppanyaki grill, or sit near the sushi bar and be amazed as you watch a chef prepare your fresh rolls.

3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

+1 702 770 7000, wynnlasvegas.com

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