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This traditional Japanese spot may not technically be a sushi joint, but they do serve kaiseki, a seven-course Japanese dining experience that keeps your taste buds on edge with its mix of both cooked and raw foods. The menu changes monthly, the prix fixe is worth every penny.

Los Angeles

Yoichi's

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This traditional Japanese spot may not technically be a sushi joint, but they do serve kaiseki, a seven-course Japanese dining experience that keeps your taste buds on edge with its mix of both cooked and raw foods. The menu changes monthly, the prix fixe is worth every penny.