Tojo's Restaurant

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Afar Magazine

One of the word’s most famous sushi rolls was invented right here in Vancouver, by culinary legend, Hidekazu Tojo. Take a seat in his elegant restaurant over on West Broadway and either... Full review →



Hands-down the best sushi restaurant in Vancouver.


DK Eyewitness

Since opening in 1988, chic Toja’s has served award-winning Japanese food that attracts diners from all over the world. Choose from 21 estate sakes while at the sushi or robata bar, or...

Choose from 21 estate sakes while at the sushi or robata bar, or dine in semi-private enclaves on such delights as charcoal-grilled tapas, individually prepared sushi, or entrées such as Shiitake Shinjo.

Fodor's Tick Choice

Hidekazu Tojo is a sushi-making legend in Vancouver, with thousands of special preparations stored in his creative mind. In. Full review →


Frommer's 34

Tojo's is considered Vancouver's top Japanese restaurant, the place where celebs and food cognoscenti come to dine on the best sushi in town. Full review →

Be sure to try the golden roll of crab, salmon, scallops, and shrimp wrapped in a paper-thin egg crepe, as well as the unsurpassed selection of premium sakes.

Gayot 16.0

Tojo's Restaurant Review: A 15-seat sushi bar sets the stage for chef Hidekazu Tojo's dazzling creations. Locals, politicians, visitors and celebrities alike line up to savor his sushi,... Full review →


Lonely Planet

Hidekazu Tojo's legendary skill with the sushi knife launched Vancouver's Japanese dining scene and his sleek restaurant is still a pilgrimage spot for many. Full review →


Time Out

There is no questioning the freshness of ingredients, or the chef's skill. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

This award-winning Japanese restaurant and sushi bar on West Broadway has an international reputation to uphold. Full review →


Zagat 4.5

“If you’re passionate about sushi”, order omakase-style and “put your fate in the hands” of “artisan” chef-owner Hidekazu Tojo, who continues to work his “culinary magic” at this Fairview... Full review →

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