Discover new flavors at these Nashville restaurants specializing in Asian cuisine.
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Nashville has long been a proud sister city to Taiyuan and Chengdu, China, and Kamakura, Japan. The partnership between these and other international cities has strengthened Music City’s connection to the world through education and events. In the last 10 years, Music City has planted 1,000 Japanese cherry blossom trees in partnership with its sister city and hosts an annual Cherry Blossom Festival each Spring to celebrate this cultural connection.
If you want to try one of Nashville's Asian restaurants, start planning your next trip by looking for a place to stay. Make sure it's close to a sushi joint.
If Asian food doesn't satisfy your craving, check out some of the other restaurants in Nashville's food scene.
Explore all the flavors each restaurant in Nashville offers.