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3799 Las Vegas Blvd S (at MGM Grand)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 891-3001
Asian, Sushi, Japanese
$ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Join us at Vegas Uncorkd presented by Bon Apptit on May 6 and get lost in translation as youre transported to Tokyo for an evening designed to evoke the hip, urban culture of Japan.
  • Did you know Shibuya has their own private beer label?
  • Group menus are available!
  • Don't order sushi at the end of the night you'll end up having hard stale rice, and they won't offer to make a new batch
  • Brand new at Shibuya, Hello Kitty Champagne! Plus they have the widest sake selection this side of the pacific.
  • U got to try Shibuya Roll. Yumyyy.
  • Very slowwwwwwwwww!
  • Be sure to order the Seaweed Tasting Appetizer.
  • Try the tasting menu to save $. Best meal of my life.
  • Try sparkling sake
  • One of the most intricate restaurant interior designs I ever seen. Food is awesome. Get the Maine Lobster Salad and Shibuya Roll. A bit pricy but not extraordinarily tearing your wallet off.
  • I love to sit at the bar and have a snack before going out on the town. The apps are great as is the sushi. Try a Nigori Sake (cloudy) for a nice change of pace.
  • Have the Shrimp, Lobster or Vegetable Tempura Udon Noodles at Shibuya today for National Noodle Day! Did you know if you slurp you noodles, it is considered a sign you are enjoying the meal!
  • Exceptional, smart service and sushi masters in action are impressive and approachable.
  • Try the new Hachiko Sake!
  • Seaweed and oyster testing are beast
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  • No doubt there's top quality sushi, sashimi, and nigiri served here. Omakase is great too. Pricey but worth it for special occasions.
  • I've been here twice. Fantastic impeccably fresh sushi, and the rest of the menu is wonderful too. This place is high-end, don't go expecting cheap&casual, but it's perfect for a special evening.
  • While expensive, the food here is definitely worth the price. I recommend letting the chef determine what you should have so everything flows they way it should. (Dietary needs still honored.)