GUELPH, ON (November 9, 2022) – Serving fresh, Japanese-inspired meals on its traditional teppan grill, Edo Japan (Edo) continues to grow across Canada with its eighth Ontario location opening in Guelph at 292 Stone Road W.
Since the restaurant’s inception in Calgary over 40 years ago, Edo has built a name for itself with its use of high-quality ingredients and traditional Japanese cooking techniques. The traditional style of cooking alongside Edo’s famous teriyaki sauce has established itself as a staple in the Canadian food landscape, with over 11 million meals sold annually and 172 locations across the country.
“We are thrilled to announce the addition of more locations in Eastern Canada,” says Dave Minnett, President and CEO, Edo Japan. “We want to share our success by giving back to local communities, and we are proud to do so in partnership with our franchisees. We look forward to donating to the local food bank in the very near future, as the timing of our Guelph restaurant opening aligns with the kick-off for our annual holiday giving campaign.”
Since the beginning, Edo has continued to find different ways to help the communities it serves. Edo Japan has been supporting local food banks across Canada through its annual holiday giving campaign since 2014. This year, every Edo Japan location will donate $0.50 from the sale of each Bento box sold during the holiday season to local food banks, with donations from Edo Japan’s Guelph restaurant going directly to the Guelph Food Bank.
Edo’s expansive menu features a variety of bento box meals, veggie-filled rice and noodle bowls, gyozas, udon soups, spring rolls and hand-rolled sushi. Made-to-order and highly customizable, the Japanese-inspired meals are perfect for grabbing on the go or sharing with loved ones.
Edo Japan’s Guelph location at 292 Stone Road W. is now open to the public for in-person dining and takeout. Visit EdoJapan.com to browse the menu and current promotions.
A Grand Opening Event will be held on Saturday, November 26, 2022, from 11a.m. – 5p.m. to celebrate Edo Japan Guelph’s opening. The event is open to the public and will include music, prizes, games and food!