Enjoy the traditional Japanese cuisine, sushi, at Waraku.
Japanese people celebrate anniversaries and festive occasions with sushi. Delicious sushi is a traditional Japanese dish, which brings smiles and happiness to its consumers. From young kids to seniors, everyone across Japan loves sushi. So when you come to Japan, do visit us and enjoy this traditional dish.
Otaru has a historical significance and its atmosphere is filled with nostalgia. We are located at the center of tourism in Otaru. When you stroll along the Otaru Canal, Waraku is the perfect place to stop by and enjoy sushi.
Not only tourists but even local citizens often visit our restaurant. The reason being, of course, the fresh seafood. The seafood we serve comes in daily from the Otaru foreshore and the Sapporo Central Wholesale Market. When making sushi, our chefs put their heart and soul into it. Besides, our hospitality leaves everlasting smiles on people.
We have converted a stone warehouse originally built a hundred years ago into an authentic Japanese style restaurant. This cozy restaurant accompanied with a Japanese garden carries the appeal of the four different seasons.
We do our best to create an atmosphere that makes every customer, including those from overseas, feel nostalgic when enjoying the delicious sushi.
The seafood we serve comes in daily from the Sapporo Central Wholesale Market. We make the most of those ingredients and serve top-quality sushi.
Wakaru is within a ten-minute walk from Sapporo Central Wholesale Market and a five-minute walk from Sapporo subway Nijuyonken station on the Tozai line.
Because of the seafood we serve comes in daily from the market—where seafood in the season comes from all over Hokkaido—not only tourists but even people from the wholesale market often visit our restaurant. As the sushi-go-round that fishery professionals appreciate, local citizens often visit our restaurant as well.
When you come to Sapporo, please enjoy the traditional Japanese dish, sushi, at our restaurant. We look forward to your visit.
You have two more branches to enjoy sushi-go-round in Sapporo