While usually featuring sushi, not all Banff 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 Banff Japanese restaurants for business descriptions, map locations and Banff Japanese restaurant reviews.
Located on the second floor of the Inns of Banff, the Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar Miki specializes in fresh sushi and Japanese cuisine and is one of the finest Japanese dining experiences in Banff. The restaurant is open daily for dinner.
Sushi House Banff
Sushi House Banff is located just off the main drag on Caribou Street. Fresh, delicious sushi is available on the menu.
Samurai Sushi Bar & Restaurant
Talented sushi chefs create fresh, tasty masterpieces before the eyes of diners at the Samurai Sushi Bar. Or enjoy hot pot meals such as sukiyaki and shabu-shabu. Located at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, the Samurai Sushi Bar and Restaurant features authentic Japanese-style decor. Reservations are recommended.
Sushi Bistro is a Japanese eatery that offers a contemporary atmosphere and a catalogue-style menu of sushi rolls, as well as other Asian favourites such as tempura, teriyaki dishes and karaage. Customers can choose from lounge seating, traditional tables or a bar with a flat-screen TV.
Suginoya Japanese Restaurant
This welcoming Japanese restaurant specializes in sushi but also serves a variety of chicken, steak and seafood dishes, including teriyaki and shabu-shabu. Combo dinners are available and specials are offered daily. Open for lunch and dinner. Suginoya is located above Starbucks.
Located in the Cascade Plaza food court, Edo Japan serves traditional Teppan-style food hot and fast. Signature dishes include teriyaki chicken and sukiyaki beef, while yakisoba, udon soup and sushi can also be found on the menu.