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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Oranj Sushi Bar

Oranj Sushi Bar

Oranj is a fusion sushi bar at BRBN in West Edmonton Mall. For those with special dietary needs or have a palate for something different, they offer soy paper and brown rice as substitutes to seaweed and white rice. Interesting combinations distinguishes it from other sushi restaurants. Not for hardcore sushi lovers who expect traditional sushi.

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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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Sapporo All You Can Eat Sushi

Sapporo All You Can Eat Sushi

Sapporo is one of the few All You Can Eat sushi restaurants in the city that dish out decent quality food and, most importantly, a clean environment. They have a large selection of both raw and cooked foods so you can invite everyone for a good dining experience. You can also order off the menu if you won’t want to be too full.

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