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The Aji-Nippon


Aji-Nippon Japanese Restaurant, which opened in 1988, offers a wide variety of fresh seafood dishes and traditional Japanese fare at very competitive prices.

Chef Honma is a true "golf-maniac" as is evident by the golf paraphernalia adorning his restaurant. He's even been known to close the restaurant for special golf events..... Sorry about that! During tournament season in the DC Metropolitan area, Aji-Nippon's cuisine is the "Wheaties" of famous Japanese pro golfers including Isao Aoki, Masahiro Kuramoto and Ayako Okamoto.

Aji-Nippon is conveniently located next to DARUMA Japanese grocery store in Bethesda, Maryland. Please try our "taste of Japan", Aji-Nippon!

Chef Honma is a true "golf-maniac" as is evident by the golf paraphernalia adorning his restaurant. He's even been known to close the restaurant for special golf events..... Sorry about that! During tournament season in the DC Metropolitan area, Aji-Nippon's cuisine is the "Wheaties" of famous Japanese pro golfers including Isao Aoki, Masahiro Kuramoto and Ayako Okamoto.

(301) 654-0213



The Aji-Nippon


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6937 Arlington Road Bethesda MD 20814



Customer Reviews:

jross  (Monday, 26 May 2008)
Rating: 4
Every time I drive down Arlington Road in Bethesda, I would pass by Aji Nippon and think "What a random place for a restaurant". Tucked between the post office and the CVS it is easy to miss! We went to check it out, not feeling like going to our other sushi standbys in Bethesda, and are now in love. The cosy, quiet and old school interior, the excellent (competitively priced) sushi and the extensive Japanese menu. My sushi came with a yummy salad and a little appetizer of marinated tofu. Excellent! rnSure there are non sushi dishes you might find at any other Japanese/Sushi place, but you can also get other interesting Japanese dishes if you are not in the mood for sushi.rnrnWhen we went home and googled the place, we found out that the chef, Kazuo Honma is from Furano, Hokkaido and is way into golf (which explained all the golf pictures and signatures on the wall in between the Japanese prints)- so all the pro Japanese golfers eat there on tour in the states when they are in DC.rnrnThe only downer is sodas come in a can with ice - which is ok for most people, but I LOVE a good fountain soda. rnrn- but that is not enough to keep us away!






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