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A Recipe for Success: Edo Japan Enters Chilliwack Food Scene With Japanese-Inspired Cuisine

One of Canada’s leading fast-casual restaurants furthers expansion in Western market 

Edo Japan (Edo), Canada’s first fast-casual, Japanese-inspired franchise in Canada, brings a new flavour to the local food scene with the opening of its first street front location in Chilliwack. Known for its signature dishes, including Teriyaki Chicken and Sukiyaki Beef, Edo Japan continues its expansion in B.C, adding to the 22 existing locations across the province, and more than 150 locations across Canada.  

Located at the northwest corner of Vedder Road and Luckakuck Way, just outside Cottonwood Centre,  the popular restaurant’s growing menu innovation offers fast, fresh and delicious meals catering to a variety of appetites and lifestyles. Serving more than 10 million meals across the country annually, Edo has drawn crowds with healthy, delicious Japanese-inspired meals made with Canadian chicken and beef, premium veggies and a signature teriyaki sauce. Its continued popularity also stems from its ongoing commitment to unparalleled customer service and extending the dining experience beyond the restaurant. Edo’s online ordering system – on its website ( and app ordering platform (My Edo App) – is a seamless way to browse the menu and pre-order for even faster pick up at the restaurant, helping to meet the rising consumer demand for convenient, easy food options. 

“We are fortunate to further our presence in B.C. and add to Edo’s established following in Western Canada,” says Terry Foster, VP Operations & Franchising, Edo Japan. “As a market that has grown to know and love Edo over the years, we are continuing our focus on community involvement as we look to recognize the positive impacts of the local community in Chilliwack.”

Throughout September, Edo is recognizing the value of people being brought together by good food. Supporting the communities where it operates, a small gesture of appreciation is being passed on to local Chilliwack businesses. Edo will provide complimentary meals to deserving staff at businesses in the Chilliwack area to thank them for their resilience, perseverance, and hard work during the last year and a half. Businesses will be selected by Edo with the input of Chilliwack residents who are invited to vote on which Chilliwack organizations they would like to see Edo pay it forward to through its social channels, along with the opportunity to submit additional nominations. 

Chilliwack residents can submit nominations by visiting by September 14, 2021, and then return to that link to vote on nominees from September 15-21, 2021. Residents and visitors can now enjoy Edo at Cottonwood Centre (#P3-02, 45585 Luckakuck Way), conveniently located off the Trans-Canada Highway. For more information about Edo, please visit

RELATED: Edo Japan Enters Thunder Bay with First Street Front Location In Brentwood Village

About Edo Japan

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Edo Japan serves Japanese-inspired teppanyaki-style meals made fresh and by hand with a signature teriyaki sauce. First opened in 1979 at Southcentre Mall in Calgary, Edo Japan has grown to more than 150 locations in suburban shopping centres and food courts across Canada. With its reputation for high-quality, freshly prepared food, friendly staff and convenient ordering options with My Edo App, Edo Japan has quickly become a popular option in the quick service restaurant industry and serves more than 10 million meals annually. For more information, please visit




For further information please contact:

Ashley Tymko
Brookline Public Relations, Inc. 
Tel: 403-608-0392

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