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Tucked into an industrial corner of Germantown, O-Ku brings a refreshing update to Nashville’s sushi scene. One of several O-Kus across the Southeast, the chic, Japanese-inspired space is owned by The Indigo Road (Oak Steakhouse). The kitchen crafts inspired Asian dishes with an emphasis on super-fresh sushi and nigiri—they have

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