Cover photo cred - @chefantoniopark\nAs Montrealer’s, we’re lucky that our culinary landscape features an eclectic array of traditions to sample, Japanese being just one of many. Creativity, simplicity and balance. These are just a few qualities to describe Japanese cuisine. It’s not all about sushi. People would be surprised about the sumptuousness of Japanese food. Luckily you don’t have to travel over 16 hours to experience a taste of what the Japanese culture has to offer. Here is a list of Grade A restaurants that will make feel like your dining out in Japan.\nClick here for the Best Montreal Japanese Restaurants >\nImadake\n4006 Rue Ste-Catherine O, Montreal, QC, H3Z2Z3\nTakoyaki\nFacebook page\nKazu\n1862 Rue Ste-Catherine O, Montreal, QC, H3H1M2\nFacebook page\nFlyjin\n417 Rue Saint Pierre, Montreal, QC, H2Y2M3\nFacebook page\nBig in Japan\n3723 Saint Laurent Blvd, Montreal, QC, H2X2V7\nFacebook Page\nPark\n378 Ave Victoria, Westmount, QC, H3Z2N4\nFacebook page\nSakura Garden\n3450 Drummond St, Montreal, QC, H3A1B1\nFacebook page\nOishii Sushi\n277 Bernard O, Montréal, QC, H2V 1T5\nFacebook page\nRamen Misoya\n2065A Bishop Montreal, QC, H3G2E8\nFacebook page\nJun-i\n156 Ave Laurier O, Montréal, QC, H2T2N7\nFacebook page\nSaka-Ba!\n1279 Mont-Royal Ave E, Montreal, QC, H2J1Y4\nFacebook page\nWhere will you be eating Japanese cuisine?\nWritten by Amanda Fulginiti, see more of her work here.