While usually featuring sushi, not all Toronto Japanese restaurants will have raw foods. Teriyaki, noodles, soba, tofu, stirfrys and tempura are other types of delicious cuisine. Whether you are looking for shabu-shabu, sunomono or soups, use our list of Toronto Japanese restaurants for business descriptions, map locations and Toronto Japanese restaurant reviews.
New Generation serves a menu of Japanese cuisine with a menu that includes sushi, sashimi and tempura. Favourites at the popular eatery include Green Dragon Rolls made with avacado and shrimp tempura and Spider Rolls with deep fried crab and Japanese mayonnaise.
Oishii Japanese Restaurant & Bar is a small, stylish restaurant located in the centre of the Church and Wellesley Village. Oishii proudly serves fresh and healthy contemporary Japanese cuisine with an All You Can Eat menu.
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Located on the University of Toronto - St. George campus, Top Sushi offers patrons sushi, Japanese fare as well as bubble tea. Take-out and delivery are available.
Open for lunch and dinner, Fune Japanese Restaurant is located in Toronto's Entertainment District. The eatery features a floating sushi bar.
Sushi restaurant offering a creative and classic menu.
This restaurant features modern Japanese fare that is beautifully presented.
Serving first class cuisine from the culture of Japan. Their menu includes many traditional Japanese foods such as sushi, but they specialize in teppanyaki in many varieties such as chicken, lobster and steak.
Asahi offers traditional Japanese and Korean dishes with a modern touch. With a wide selection of hot foods such as Terriyaki Chicken and Bolgoggi, you will be sure to find something that suits your taste. Asahi Sushi is a also vegetarian friendly.
Find Solo at the corner of Yonge Street and College Street and enjoy freshly made sushi. A Japanese bistro, customers can expect a cozy atmosphere. Customers can order set platters/meals or a la carte items.
Omi Sushi is located on Carlton Street in Toronto. Sushi and Japanese fare are featured on the menu.
Located on the lower level of First Canadian Place in the Financial District, this eatery features a menu of Japanese dishes, including sushi, noodle plates and bento boxes. A raw oyster bar, lunch specials and extensive bar services are offered.
Enjoy a taste of authentic Japanese and Korean Cuisine with your family and friends at this bistro with two convenient locations.
Open Tuesday thru Sunday this modern restaurant offers an array of Japanese dishes. Both hot and cold tapas are featured.
Natural Sushi offers authentic and delicious Japanese cuisine in the downtown Toronto area. Natural Sushi creates ethnic delights like Tempura, Seafood Salad, Japanese curries as well as a multitude of specialty sushi choices.
Feast on fresh sushi in a spacious room filled with Japanese atmosphere. Sashimi, hot pots and noodle dishes are also available. Open Tuesdays until Sundays.
District Modern Japanese Bistro is located in the heart of the trendy Reiverside district of Toronto. The menu features tapas style Japanese foods.
Since 1999, this restaurant has been serving up quality Japanese cuisine to the west end. In addition to offering an impressive menu of nigiri sushi and akimono selections, an array of tempura, teriyaki, katsu and don dishes are offered. Dinner-for-two combination platters are also available.
This sleek and sexy restaurant specializes in contemporary and fusion Japanese cuisine. Sit at the eat-in sake bar or lounge back and enjoy the waterfalls while noshing on sushi or grilled meats from the Robata.
All-you-can-eat Japanese cuisine is one of the specialties of this Scarborough restaurant, which also offers Teppanyaki dining experiences and services for private functions.
Specializing in ramen dishes, this Japanese eatery features a wide variety of menu offerings for lunch and dinner. A side menu of Japanese specialties, including gyoza, chashou and tacoyaki, are also featured.
This sushi restaurant has been in business since 1978 and serves up authentic Japanese cuisine.
Harapeko is a Japanese food shop that specializes in sandwiches called Pan Pockets. Choose from white or whole wheat bread and select ingredients such as salmon with mayo and alfalfa or pork cutlet with egg. Stew, salads and smoothies are also served. They are located just past Kensington Market near Spadina.
Enjoy sushi as well as other tantalizing seafood wonders at Nami. Special dinner combinations are available. Reservations are a must. Nami is situated in the financial district of Toronto.
Lola Sushi is located on Yonge Street in Toronto a few blocks South of Eglinton. The menu features a deliscous mix of Japanese, sushi and Korean dishes.
In addition to featuring an extensive selection of sushi and sashimi selections, this eatery also offers an array of traditional dishes, including tempura, noodle options, teriyaki and bento box platters.
Japanese small plates are the specialty of this restaurant, an already popular import originating in Vancouver. Appetizers, salads, cold dishes, oden selections, deep fried specialties and noodle options are just a few of the choices available to diners. Extensive beer, sake and Japanese cocktail selections are also featured.
Fine dining and fresh flavors are available at this downtown establishment, which offers extensive menu selections and a full sushi bar for lunch and dinner.
Located at the Westin Prince Hotel in North York, The Katsura Restaurant is an upscale eatery serving authentic Japanese fare. A range of dining options are available including a sushi bar, a robata bar, teppanyaki tables and private tatami rooms.
Sansotei Ramen is a cozy little restaurant on Dundas Street in the Downtown Core of Toronto. Authentic, Japanese Ramen soups fill the menu.
Fin Izakaya is located on Eglinton Avenue in Toronto. The restaurant offers an authentic Japanese experience.
Yamamoto Japanese cuisine is one of the fastest growing Japanese restaurants in Markham and Scarborough area in the Greater Toronto Area.
Savour fresh food with a colourful artistic flare. Menu selections include spicy chicken roll, salmon sushi pizza, grilled beef with teriyaki sauce and more. Dine-in or take-out options are available.
Located east of downtown on the Danforth, this eatery features an extensive selection of traditional Japanese culinary selections, including tempura, sushi, noodle dishes and donburi specialties. Combination sushi platters and party platter trays are also available.
Manpuku Modern Japanese Eatery can be found on McCaul Street across from the Ontario College of Art & Design. Delicious Japanese fare is featured on the menu.
This restaurant serves a popular type of Japanese noodle called Ramen. Other menu options include fried rice, fried noodle, snacks and more.
Guu Sakabar is located on Bloor Street West. The menu consists of Dim Sum and traditional Japanese fare.
This modern Japanese restaurant offers sashimi, sushi, platters and more. A large wine and sake list is also available.
Enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine while admiring a panoramic view from this restaurant located on the 14th floor of the Delta Hotel. Reservations are recommended.
Authentic Japanese cuisine, teppanyaki experiences, omakase dining options and a varied menu to suit any craving are offered at this Beach eatery, which features extensive sushi selections, signature dishes and kid-friendly choices.
Konnichiwa Japanese Restaurant is located on Baldwin Street in Toronto. Open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner, delicious authentic Japanese food is featured on the menu.
This Japanese take-out restaurant serves fresh sushi, crisp tempura and savoury teriyaki.
Nome Izakaya is tucked away in the Toronto neighborhood of Willowdale. The menu offers a variety of both cooked and raw sushi items as well as other specialties. They also offer daily specials including buck-a-shuck days on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings where fresh oysters are featured for $1.00 each.
Interactive teppanyaki culinary experiences, signature Kobe beef dishes, extensive sushi, nagiri, sashimi and maki selections, noodle choices and an array of entrees are available at this Yorkville restaurant. Lunch and dinner are served seven-days-a-week.
Kinton Ramen is a tucked away on Baldwin Street in Toronto. Japanese Ramen noodles and soups are featured on the menu.
Offering three convenient locations, this restaurant features comprehensive selections of fresh sushi and signature, traditional Japanese dishes. Tatami booths, patio seating, a sushi bar and catering solutions are also provided.
New Generation Grill Fusion is located on Bloor Street in Toronto. The menu offers a tantalizing selection of Japanese and Korean food.
Yuzo No Hana is located on Adelaide Street West in Toronto. Japanese fare and sushi are listed on the menu.
Located in the heart of the financial district in Scotia Plaza, this contemporary restaurant features traditional Japanese cuisine, abundant fresh sushi choices and features an all-you-can-eat dinner special Monday through Friday. Private function hosting services and catering solutions are also offered.
Located in what used to be Etobicoke, Sushi Kaji offers delectable wonder for those with large wallets. The miso soup is a great starter. Patrons can also choose one of several kitchen dishes.
For a unique and exciting dining experience head to a world-wide success, Benihana. This Japanese Steakhouse turns meal preparation into a performance as skilled chefs create teppanyaki right at the customers' table. An exotic menu of sushi and sashimi is also offered. Benihana Japanese Steakhouse is located in the Fairmont Royal York hotel.
Ichiban Sushi House is located at the Empress Walk complex in North York. Wooden booths and a grand teppenyaki room in the back offer a traditional Japanese fare.
Menu selections at this warm and comfortable restaurant include tofu with scallion soy sauce, sushi pizza, beef rolls and more.
This Japanese restaurant serves lunch and dinner and often features scheduled jazz dinners.
With their Teppanyaki Cooking Show Table, diners are able to watch the show as chefs prepare food in front of them while they enjoy the meal. This is a great idea for friends gathering, birthday parties and any celebrations.
In addition to offering an impressive menu of sushi entrees, this restaurant serves up an array of cold and hot plates, soups, noodle dishes and teriyakis. Take-out, delivery and catering solutions are also offered.
Sakura Korean Japanese Restaurant
For those in the mood for Korean and Japanese cuisine, Sakura offers the best of both worlds. Located on Spring Garden Avenue.
Yang's Sushi Bar Teppanyaki
Yang's has a variety of sushi to choose from on their all-you-can-eat menu. Teppanyaki is also available, which is thinly slice meats cooked on an iron griddle or hot plate.
Classic Japanese fare, including soba dishes, tempura, miso soup, hand-rolled sushi and sashimi, are available at this casual eatery, which also features selections of Japanese wines, sake and beer. Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday.
Don Don Izakaya
Don Don Izakay is located on Dundas Street West in Toronto. Traditional Japanese izakaya is featured on the menu.
The shout-out-loud decor and Japanese treats of this Queen Street restaurant entices a diverse crowd of diners. Sushi, California rolls and chicken or beef teriyaki dinners are all on the menu.
Situated on Bloor Street, Sake Sushi offers an extensive menu to choose from. The menu includes, drinks (assorted beer and sake), sushi, sashimi, dons, udon, as well as several drink-and-sushi combos.
Kyoto House Japanese Restaurant
Located downtown, this full-service Japanese restaurant features an impressive menu of classic dishes, including tempura, miso soup, teriyaki choices, grilled specialties, seafood and fresh sushi. An all-you-can-eat menu and a-la-carte choices are available.
Inakaya specializes in fresh sushi and Japanese cuisine. Volcano Rolls, sashimi, salads and more are featured.
Tonari Sushi serves creative Japanese cuisine that combines the chef's passion and an artistic vision. Try a beautiful bento box for lunch or dinner.
Riz North Restaurant
Riz North Restaurant is located on Yonge and Lawrence in Toronto. The menu features Asian inspired cuisine.
Yuki Japanese & Korean Restaurant
Enjoy the best of Japanese and Korean cuisine at this Dufferin Street eatery.
Ematei Japanese Restaurant
Located downtown, this Japanese restaurant offers a classic dining atmosphere and a full menu of fresh sushi, barbecued specialties, soups, appetizers and signature seafood dishes.
This upscale Japanese eatery features an interior with soft lighting, bamboo accents and pictures of Buddha statues and monks. Visitors can partake in the a la carte menu or try the tuna, salmon, white snapper and scallop sushi an sashimi.
Rikishi Japanese Restaurant
Fine traditional Japanese restaurant. Rikishi Japanese Restaurant allows guests to experience a "Dynasty"-era environment where the art of food preparation is emphasized.
Sakura Garden is located in North Toronto. Japanese fare is featured on the menu including sushi and much more.
Stir-fries are a specialty of this unassuming eatery, which features an array of teriyaki-style dishes, noodles, rice and veggie selections. Traditional Western-style breakfasts are served daily.
Santouka Ramen is located on Dundas near the Ryerson University. Japanese ramen noddles are the specialty on this menu.