The Japan pavilion is full of unique dining opportunities. A Japanese steakhouse, and sushi choices are your table service options, and there is an indoor/outdoor Counter Service option that includes traditional dishes and something for those picky eaters.
Tokyo Dining – If you are a sushi fan, this is the place is for you. Featuringmore than 25 sushi options along with tempura and sashimi. Tokyo Dining does accept the Disney Dining Plan, and it will cost 1 Table Service Credit per person. For their menu, please click HERE.
Teppan Edo – This is another of Epcot’s most popular restaurants, and with good reason. Featuring Hibachi grills and food prepared right in front of you, the experience is as much of a show as it is a meal. The menu consists of just about anything you can imagine grilled in front of you, as well as tempura, vegetables, and noodles. There are also some great options for the kids here and they will enjoy the show! The Disney Dining Plan is accepted here and will cost 1 Table Service Credit per person. To see the menu for Teppan Edo, please click HERE.
Yakitori House closed September 2011 and was replaced with Katsura Grill – The new restaurant resembles the strolling gardens of the Katsura Imperial Villa outside Kyoto, Japan and added a sleeker, more modern look to the quick service restaurant. The new menu has more options than that of Yakitori House and you can find anything from tempura shrimp and chicken teriyaki to a curry chicken cutlet. They also have sushi options. If sake is your thing, they have also added an outdoor sake bar. Its a great spot if you are looking for Asian food and a break from the World Showcase crowds. Katsura Grill accepts both Counter Service and Snack Credits for those on the Dining Plan.
Kabuki Cafe replaced the old Kakigori Stand near the entrance to the pavilion in summer 2011. Unlike the old stand, Kabuki Cafe features more than just Kakigori. You can now also get sushi, ribs, sake, edamame, green tea, and much more! Many of the items on the menu are available for a snack credit on the dining plan.
*Menu’s courtesy of Deb Wills of AllEars.net*