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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Japanese

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Kasa Moto

115 Yorkville Ave.

A luxurious setting in which to enjoy upmarket interpretations of Japanese fare, including a number of shareable dishes, robata-grilled options

Yasu

81 Harbord St., Toronto

You haven’t really experiences sushi until you’ve had it at this little Annex-area restaurant, which serves a reservations-only chef’s-choice menu

Yunaghi

538 Manning Ave., Toronto

The open kitchen at this intimate restaurant prepares kaiseki-style Japanese dishes that incorporate French classical techniques. The delicate, artful presentation

Ajisen Ramen

Toronto

AJISEN RAMEN Downtown Toronto outpost of the popular Japanese chain of ramen shops, famous for its pork bone–based “white” soup.

Akasaka

280 West Beaver Creek Rd., Richmond Hill

Sophisticated restaurant is a critics’ favourite. Decor highlights a traditional crimson samurai outfit and Japanese carved wood arch. Sushi, sashimi,

Asuka

108 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

This unassuming below-street-level restaurant is frequented by a who’s who of chi-chi Yorkville—from top chefs to young couples looking to

Bazara Asian Cuisine

188 Ossington Ave., Toronto

At once traditional and contemporary, this cozy Little Portugal restaurant is a hub for sushi masters practicing the art of

Benihana Japanese Steakhouse

Fairmont Royal York Hotel, 100 Front St. W., Toronto

Inside the Fairmont Royal York hotel is this Japanese eatery that specializes in Teppanyaki cuisine. Guests are seated around a

Bikkuri

36 King St. E., Toronto

The name means “surprise” in Japanese, but that doesn’t mean this large resto is only for the adventurous—the extensive menu

Blowfish

668 King St. W., Toronto

High-end Japanese-French fusion food in an upscale, glam setting. Peruse a large menu of sushi and sashimi, as well as

Blowfish

333 Bay St., Toronto

High-end Japanese-French fusion food in an upscale, glam setting. Peruse a large menu of sushi and sashimi, as well as

Bushi Udon Kappo

1404 Yonge St., Toronto

This quiet, authentic Japanese oasis is known for its thick, handmade udon noodles—not to be confused with the common pre-made

Crispy Roll

263 Queen St. W., Toronto

Sleek and upbeat sushi bar in the heart of downtown with a wide variety of Japanese favourites, from sushi and

Dai Ichi Sushi

3105 Winston Churchill Blvd., Mississauga

This intimate, traditionally decorated and family-run restaurant is a welcome refuge from its neighbouring chain restaurants and big box stores.

District Modern Japanese Bistro

806 Queen St. E., Toronto

Intimate lighting and leather booths contribute to the sleek lounge-like interior of this Riverdale restaurant. Affordable Japanese bites include a

Edo

484 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto

Elegant, authentic and innovative Japanese dining with a full sushi bar. Offering tempura, teriyaki, grilled fish and meats. Large sake

Edo

431 Spadina Rd., Toronto

Elegant, authentic and innovative Japanese dining with a full sushi bar. Offering tempura, teriyaki, grilled fish and meats. Large sake

Ema Tei

30 St. Patrick St., Toronto

This popular spot features all the traditional dishes, tatami rooms and a sushi bar. Lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner daily. Casual. Entrees:

Fune

100 Simcoe St., Toronto

The centrepiece of this chic subterranean restaurant is the moat encircling the sushi bar; bamboo boats float by carrying cargoes

Ginko Japanese Restaurant

655 Dixon Rd., Toronto

Traditional Japanese dining, from the teppanyaki table to the secluded tatami rooms. Sample sushi at the sushi bar. Teppanyaki chicken,
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