Akashi: Favorite Miami Sushi Restaurant

Akashi Japanese in South Miami- This hidden gem may be located next to the bustling traffic of US-1 and have a rough exterior, but it is surely worth a trip. Close to the University of Miami and right across from the parking garage of Sunset Place, this Miami restaurant attracts university students, dinner and movie goers, and families. I like to consider Akashi Japanese to be the best Sushi Restaurant in Miami not on South Beach.

Akashi's Menu: Akashi restaurant serves fresh and excellent quality sushi. If you are a "rolls" person, then we recommend the Dragon Roll, which is a combination of tempura shrimp, crabmeat, masago, scallions, asparagus, and spicy mayo topped with avocado. This roll considered is a safe choice in addition to the traditional tuna or salmon rolls. If you would like to get a little crazy, try the Rob Roll, which is rolled inside-out with eel, crabmeat, scallions, asparagus, and spicy mayo with avocado. If you are a straight up sashimi lover, then you can't go wrong with Akashi's Sashimi Mori, which is simply a variety of sashimi. If you are on a date, one option is to order a boat which is a delightful combination of sushi and sashimi. It can be a little more romantic sharing a boat rather than enjoying individual rolls.

Dinner and a Movie: Akashi is conveniently located next to Sunset Place in South Miami, so you can watch a movie or shop before or after you eat.

Tips: Parking spots are limited, and you may be tempted to park at the Dry Cleaning Services across from Akashi but don't! Occasionally cars are towed, so use the metered parking.

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