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A hamachi nigiri sushi, which is yellowtail on rice, at Sushi Japan. 

West Omaha's Sushi Japan Yakiniku Boy plans to close its doors at the end of April.

In a Facebook post, the restaurant said its last day in business after an 18-year run will be April 28.

Its owners plan to retire, the post said.

Sushi Japan became well known in Omaha as an early adopter of the now-popular omakase service, or a chef's choice sushi menu. It also won the 2015 Food Prowl in search of the city's best sushi.

The restaurant is at 14134 West Center Road. For more information, visit facebook.com/sushijapan.

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