Furusato Japanese Restaurant

Furusato Japanese Restaurant

If you’re looking for a good fish to rice ratio and large pieces of fish, Furusato is the place to go for your Japanese experience. Sold to a protege after 17 years, Furusato continues to be highly acclaimed because they understand that quality and quantity together always triumphs in satisfied customers. In fact, Yuji Oda trained his student well as it won at least 3 Golden Fork Awards by Vue Weekly after that. Because Vue…

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Izakaya Tomo Japanese Tapas Bar

Izakaya Tomo Japanese Tapas Bar

For a city in a province with no coastline, Edmonton has an unusually high number of sushi restaurants. However, Izakaya Tomo is nothing compared to any other in town. They serve Japanese Tapas and it’s quite refreshing. On top of that, they have hands down the best desserts at a Japanese restaurant in Edmonton because they’re artisan crafted to perfection. Don’t believe me? They’re 2015’s Avenue Magazine pick for best Japanese Restaurant.

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The Last Capital Ex Ever

The Last Capital Ex Ever

After Northlands dropped Klondike Days in favour of Capital Ex, they’ve struggled to return to their old Klondike Days attendance numbers. With a failed Capital Ex branding, they finally ditched it in 2012. These are 3 highlights from the last Capital Ex ever. The video fatures the Sam Roberts Band, midway, and fireworks from above the grounds.

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Zipline Across Churchill Square

Zipline Across Churchill Square

After the success of the zip-line across Robson Square during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, Edmonton did not want to miss out on the fun. Hosting the 2010 Grey Cup was the perfect excuse to pull it off. Here’s a POV video of what it was like going across the square. Wheeeeee!

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