Japan being an Island nation, its cuisine is mainly relied on grains with vegetables or seaweeds as main. Buddhism placed a taboo on eating four legged animals so poultry(2 legged) and red meat took a distant second place. Consumption of seafood plays a big part in the culinary habits of Japanese people.
According to a global survey conducted at the end of 2013, Australia is the most popular country for Japanese people to live in. Being a relatively recent migrant group in Melbourne, head count of Australians of Japanese ancestry is under 10000 in Melbourne. But Japanese restaurants are hugely popular in Melbourne among people of all ethnicities. That explains the comparatively large number of Japanese Restaurants in Melbourne. Below is a list of 6 Best Japanese Restaurants in Melbourne.[gd_listings post_type=”gd_place” category=”129″ post_number=”6″ list_sort=”high_review”]