This is one of the largest Japanese restaurants on Saipan and is conveniently located in the Garapan area. The service is fast and friendly. The choices on the menu are varied, ranging from expensive seafood to affordable bowls of rice. We did not order seafood, which made me regret it. When I watched other people place an order, I was already drooling. I hope I will have the opportunity to visit Saipan again.
Jinpachi is the most famous Japanese food shop on the island. The eel rice is amazing and the sashimi is fresh. The business is super good, and it deserves to be a highly rated shop. We also ordered oysters and sake, which paired perfectly.
The portion is full. The paella is delicious, and the barbecue is good. The shrimp is fresh. There are discounts in the shop. So much RMB 400 is a bit expensive but it is acceptable on the island overseas.
Golden Eight Restaurant is a Japanese restaurant on the island in the center of Saipan. The decoration of the restaurant is typical Japanese style. The most special thing is that there are a lot of comics on one wall of the store, and a group photo of the children sponsored by the Golden Eight Restaurant. The sushi and hand rolls in the restaurant are especially recommended, they are full and delicious. I like tempura very much, it is not greasy at all with the dipping sauce. If you have a big appetite, you can order a set meal, with appetizers, ramen, and fried chicken.
Nice Japanese restaurant, the noodles in it taste good, the curry rice tastes good, and the seafood fried rice is a bit greasy. I have eaten it twice, and the price is relatively cheap.